California is losing the vast majority of its receiving yards from not just this past season, but the past three seasons, and with that, the Bears are bringing in six newcomers, and adding Tennessee transfer Vic Wharton to the mix. Jack Austin, Ray Hudson and Matthew Rockett bring experience to the table, as does junior Patrick Worstell, though, in two seasons, he's only caught three passes, after being moved to safety in 2014. So, who are the new kids on the block? We take a look.
With Cal's five seniors and Kenny Lawler leaving, who steps up out of the freshmen and recruits?
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