Cal basketball hosts four major recruits for USC game

Three of Cal's top targets for 2017 and 2018 are in the house for the Golden Bears' final home game of the season, against USC.

Senior Night isn't just for California's seniors on the court -- Tyrone WallaceBrenden Glapion and Nick Kerr -- but it's also the final home game of the year, a completely sold-out (potentially record-breaking) crowd will be on hand, and the Bears will be going after history: The first home undefeated season since 1959-60.

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Given all of that, Cal is set to host three of perhaps its biggest in-state targets for the next two years, starting with local product Ira Lee, out of Napa (Calif.) Prolific Prep, who just finished one of his final home games of the season on Saturday night.

The four-star wing has visited Cal multiple times this season, and is back on campus after being on the shelf with his wisdom teeth being taken out. Lee's teammate at Prolific, Abu Kigab, also made the trip down from Napa.

Also on hand for the second time this season is 2018 center Jordan Brown, a five-star prospect that, some sources say, could wind up at Prolific Prep next season.

Brown and Lee both visited the Bears when Cal upset then-No. 12 Arizona last month.

2018 point guard Brandon Williams out of Encino (Calif.) Crespi was in the house. Williams said that interest from Cal was a wake-up call when it came to fixing his grades.

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