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Point guard transfer Devin Watson chooses San Diego State

Devin Watson chooses San Diego State as his transfer destination. Cal was one of his final four schools.

California men's basketball transfer target Devin Watson, who averaged 20.3 points last season for the University of San Francisco, has chosen San Diego State.

The point guard had the Bears as one of his top four, and will be eligible to play for the 2017-18 season. The Golden Bears are still in contention for the Martin twins out of NC State -- Cody Martin and Caleb Martin -- as well as seven-foot Drake center Dominik Olejniczak. Olejniczak visited Berkeley May 5-7, and the Martin twins visited the week before. The twins are visiting Rutgers this week.

Cal is still also in the running for four-star 2016 point guard Charlie Moore, who has the Bears as one of his top eight programs, after receiving a release from his National Letter of Intent with Memphis, following a coaching change.

After losing Tyrone Wallace to graduation and Jaylen Brown to the NBA Draft, Cal did get a pledge from freshman Ivan Rabb that he will return for his sophomore season, plus got the news that the team scored a 1000 APR for the past year.

With the addition of graduate transfer point guard Grant Mullins of Columbia, and that of JuCo point guard signee Dontae Coleman, the Bears now have 12 scholarships spoken for, for the 2016-17 season. There is one available.

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