In the Spring of 2002, Coach Jeff Tedford said, "...speed is something we need." On February 5, 2003, Tedford began to address this issue when he announced that Cal had received Letters of Intent from 28 players (19 preps and 9 from the junior college ranks). The Class of 2003 features six players who have recorded a sub 4.5 40 yard dash, and leaves no doubt that the Bears will now be able to run with the opposition.

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Beyond the Bio's: Cal Football Recruiting, 2003

<p class="txt">In the Spring of 2002, Coach Jeff Tedford said, "...speed is something we need." On February 5, 2003, Tedford began to address this issue when he announced that Cal had received Letters of Intent from 28 players (19 preps and 9 from the junior college ranks). The Class of 2003 features six players who have recorded a sub 4.5 40 yard dash, and leaves no doubt that the Bears will now be able to run with the opposition. </p>

In addition to the "Hasty Half Dozen", the Bears also signed twelve defensive linemen and linebackers (of whom eight are listed at 4.7 or better) and ten other players (of whom five are listed at 4.5 or better). The six speedsters are led by WR Noah Smith (4.29). CB Brandon Sanders (4.38), WR Devin Stearns (4.41), WR Sam DeSa (4.46), DB Thomas DeCoud (4.47) and WR Sean Young (4.48) round out the sextet.

Among the twelve DLers and LBers heading to Berkeley are four 4-star signees, DL Brandon Mebane, Ray Tago, Ryan Riddle and Joe Maningo. In addition, the Bears signed Matthew Malele, Josh Taunau'u, Francis Blay-Miezah, Leon Drummer, Chris Purtz, Garret Tremblay, Kyle McClure and Greg Van Housen.

The remaining ten members of the Class of 2003 reflect a mixed bag of offense, defense and special teams. QB's Cary Dove and Aaron Rodgers, TE's Garrett Cross and Craig Stevens and RB J.J. Arrington will line up on the offensive side of the ball. DB's Brandon Myles, Daymeion Hughes, Matt Giordano and Kenneth Frank on the defensive side and P/PK Lucas Everitt will play on special teams.

Overall, the class was rated anywhere from 13th (PacWestfootball.com) to 21st (FansOnly) in the nation by the major recruiting services.

Coach Tedford summarized the Class of 2003 with the following comment, "When we look back three or four years from now, I believe we will look favorably at the impact that this recruiting class had on the success of our football program. We are extremely happy with the overall quality of this group, both in terms of talent and character. This was the first year that our staff had a full season for recruiting, and our coaches really did an outstanding job of evaluating talent and getting these young men to buy into our vision for Cal football."

The following is a detailed look at each signee...

RAY TAGO (DE 6'3" 250 lbs --- Long Beach CC, Long Beach)

Tago signed with USC following a stellar prep career at Poly High in Long Beach (in his senior season, he was an All-Southern Section Div. 1 first team selection). However, he did not qualify academically so he chose to attend LBCC. After a two-year stint in junior college, Tago felt that he was ready to begin playing at the Pac10 level. However, he wasn't certain if his future was to be in Eugene or Berkeley. After a spirited recruiting battle, in which Tago had to overcome the objections of his mother, he signed with Cal. Ray Tago is a proud man who feels that he is up to the challenge of Berkeley both on and off the field. He should make an immediate impact on a defensive line that was hard hit by graduation following the 2002 season.

JOSH TAUANU'U (DT 6'2" 280 lbs --- Poly High School, Long Beach)

Tauanu'u was last signee in this year's class after he spurned the University of Oregon at the 11th hour. Prior to his final season at Poly High, Tauanu'u captured the attention of college coaches everywhere with excellent efforts at the Nike summer camps at USC and Stanford. He followed up those performances with a superb senior campaign. He was named to the Southern Section Div. 1 First Team. In addition, he was named to the California All-Star squad that took on a team of Florida All-Stars after the 2002 season. During the practice sessions prior to that game, observers were moved to remark, "Taunau'u is one of the best players we've seen coming off blocks." He has yet to post a qualifying score on his SAT; however, he plans on taking the test again in March.

MATTHEW MALELE (DT 6'3" 300 lbs --- Carson High School, Carson)

Since Malele never took an official visit to Berkeley, many observers were quite surprised when Cal entered the picture late in the recruiting season. Malele's take on the matter? "I like Coach Delgado a lot and think Coach Tedford has done a great job with the team..." Considering that Malele turned down offers from Tennessee, Penn State and Washington, the Bear coaching staff obviously made a huge impression on him. One recruiting service said of Malele, "[he] is one of the nation's best prospects. It is amazing how this big man can move." Malele will not be the only member of his family who will be on campus in the Fall. His older brother, Mel, is already a student at Berkeley and is considering attempting to make the team as walk-on.

DEVIN STEARNS (WR 6'3" 185 lbs --- Serra High School, Gardena)

One of the most coveted recruits on the West Coast, Devin Stearns decided to sign with Cal very late in the recruiting season. In fact, on Signing Day eve, Stearns was still undecided, with Ohio State, UCLA and Cal in the mix. Coaches from all three schools were either on the phone with him or queued up to speak with him. Coach Tedford summarized the evening thusly, "It was a very heated battle. It was very intense on the phone." For Cal to go head to head with the National Champion Buckeyes and come away the winners speaks highly of Tedford's skills as a recruiter. He is Cal's highest rated recruit on the Long Beach Telegram's Best in the West Team (nine votes out of ten). His high school coach, Scott Altenberg, had this to say about Stearns, "Devin is a tremendous big-play threat."

BRANDON MYLES (DB 5'10" 185 lbs --- Carson High School, Carson)

The son of former UCLA quarter miler Bennie Myles, Brandon Myles is an accomplished athlete. As a RB for Carson HS, Myles averaged 11.4 yds/attempt on 76 carries during his senior season. He also played CB and returned kickoffs (29.3 yds/return). He has been timed at 4.53 in the 40 but is reported to play "even faster and has tremendous game speed". Myles is an excellent example of the kind of player Coach Tedford is recruiting, a versatile athlete with good speed. In addition to Cal, he was recruited by Tennessee and Oregon.

LUCAS EVERITT (P/PK 6'2" 190 lbs --- Sierra College, Rocklin)

Everitt averaged 45.2 yds/punt, tops among all junior college punters in California in 2002. In addition, he converted 75% of his field goal attempts. He was named to the JC All State First Team as a punter. He is expected to compete for both the punting and place kicking positions at Cal beginning this Fall. Everitt has two years of eligibility remaining.

J.J. ARRINGTON (RB 5'11" 215 lbs --- College of the Canyons, Newhall)

The subject of the strangest recruiting saga of the year, Arrington wound up signing with the Bears after first agreeing to sign with Oregon. Fortunately for Cal, Arrington's agreement to sign with the Ducks came after the early signing deadline of 11:59pm, January 15, 2003. Therefore, the Oregon LOI he signed was void and he had to wait until the late signing period to begin on February 5th before he could put his signature on a valid LOI. By that time, the Rocky Mount, North Carolina product (the only non-California native in this year's recruiting class) had changed his mind and decided to cast his fortune with Cal. Arrington's fits the profile of the quintessential "Tedford running back". He possesses the ability to both run with the ball (5.7 yards/carry) and receive passes (10.7 yards/reception). These twin skills should enable him to earn significant time on the field this Fall.

CRAIG STEVENS (TE 6'5" 240lbs --- Peninsula High School, Rolling Hills Estates)

Following his official visit to Cal on Big Game weekend, it was only a matter of time before Stevens would commit to sign with the Bears. He thoroughly enjoyed his experience at the game. In addition, as Stevens' father, Mark, said, "They have a great offense that uses the tight end and we all liked Coach Tedford." No doubt about it, if 2002 was any indication, Stevens will certainly receive an opportunity to become part of the passing game. This will be a real change for him. In high school, his team ran the ball about 85% of the time because, according to his coach, Tony Uruburu, "...he wipes out whole sides of the line of scrimmage by himself." In fact, Uruburu went on to say, "We have three guys in the NFL right now, but Craig is the best player we've had at this high school." Stevens turned down offers from Washington and UCLA.

NOAH SMITH (WR 5'11" 165 lbs --- Taft High School, Woodland Hills)

One of the fastest players in the nation, Smith turned down offers from UCLA and Arizona to sign with the Bears. "I just felt Cal was the best fit for me." Smith's credentials are quite impressive. On the track, he has run a 10,54 100 meters. On the football field, he averaged over 20 yards/reception in each of the last two years. As Smith says, "I'm the person you throw the ball out to and I go get it." In addition to being the deep threat in Cal's passing attack, his ability to stretch defenses will open up the field underneath for his fellow receivers. Of course, the man who has been throwing the ball to Smith over the last couple of years has been (and may continue to be) his childhood friend, Cary Dove.

BRANDON MEBANE (DT 6'3" 250 lbs --- Crenshaw High School, Los Angeles)

His high school coach referred to him as a, "dominating force". The coaching staff at the University of Washington said that, "[he] could be better than [former UW All-American] Larry Triplett". A recruiting service reported that, "he packs a tremendous punch when he hits." Mebane earned these accolades by producing 153 tackles and 32 sacks in his last two years in high school. He is extremely quick and difficult to block. Among the honors he has received are 2001 Los Angeles City Defensive Player of the Year and 2002 Central City Player of the Year. When asked why he chose to attend Cal (he turned down offers from USC, UCLA and Washington), he said, "...the program is going in the right direction and I just feel very comfortable in the area."

DAYMEION HUGHES (CB 6'2" 175 lbs --- Crenshaw High School, Los Angeles)

Hughes has already received a sneak preview of what he can expect to face as a cornerback for the Bears. In high school, he played against several players who will be playing in the Pac10 in the future. Of these players, Hughes reported that only Mark Bradford (he signed with Stanford) scored a touchdown against him. Hughes feels that he may be able to make an immediate contribution. As he put it, "They graduate both starting corners and one of their safeties so there's a good chance I'll be able to come in and play right away." Hughes attracted offers from, among others, Oregon, Arizona and Washington. However, he said, "Cal is where I wanted to go since before high school. "

FRANCIS BLAY-MIEZAH (LB 6'2" 230lbs --- Mt. San Antonio College, Walnut)

Blay-Miezah did not attract a lot of attention following his high school career. However, he has come on strong since that time. Following a sophomore season in which he tallied 94 tackles and four sacks, he was named to the All Mission Conference First Team. This effort earned him multiple scholarship offers, from which he chose the tender from Cal. He shares a trait common to his fellow Cal recruits - good speed and quickness.

THOMAS DECOUD (CB 6'3" 175 lbs --- Pinole Valley High School, Pinole)

One of the most overused expressions in recruiting is "sleeper". It is seemingly applied to every athlete who either does not attend a summer camp or does attend but does not make an big impression. Therefore, they are unknown to the recruiting services. Of course, when they do make a splash by producing on the field, they are categorized as a "sleeper" because the recruiting services initially overlooked them. Decoud fits this description perfectly. He is a tremendous athlete who was overlooked by the recruiting services (for example, he was only given two stars by pacwestfootball.com). He will fill the Bears' need for a tall, athletic cornerback to match up with receivers like Mike Williams of USC and Reggie Williams of Washington. Following some question regarding the level of his commitment after it was initially announced, the Cal coaching staff was thrilled to secure his signature.

RYAN RIDDLE (DE 6'3 240 lbs --- El Camino College, Torrance)

Coming off a season in which he was named a Third Team All-American (JC Grid-Wire), Riddle is expected to make an early contribution to the Bears. During his career at El Camino College, Riddle tallied 21 sacks and 7 blocked kicks. He will not be the first in his family to play in the Pac10 (and predecessor conferences), his grandfather, John Riddle, played for USC.

GREG VAN HOESEN (LB 6'3" 216 lbs --- Saratoga High School, Saratoga)

The Cal staff has compared Van Hoesen to former Bear John Klotsche. He is a tough-minded linebacker who can make plays. For example, as a three-year starter for Saratoga High School, he led the team in tackles each year. Also, he possesses the same fire and passion that Klotsche brought to the field. After Van Hoesen committed to play for Cal, his father said that, "Greg is extremely excited about going to Cal. He will [play for] a football program that has more momentum than any Division I program in the country." The Cal coaching staff was not alone in assessing his potential - he was listed among the Top Twenty prep linebackers in the West in the post-season pacwestfootball.com rankings.

KENNETH FRANK (S 6'0" 185 lbs --- Cerritos High School, Cerritos)

Although he starred on both sides of the ball in high school, as a running back on offense and a free safety on defense, the Cal staff sees Frank as a rover in their defensive system. The position calls for an athletic player who can make plays equally well against the run and pass. Frank has proven he is quite capable of filling both responsibilities. He led his high school team in tackles each of his three years on the squad and intercepted ten passes in his final two years. If there is still any question regarding his skill level, he rushed for over 3,000 yards in his last two years at Cerritos High School. Frank turned down eight scholarship offers (LSU, Kansas, Colorado, Washington , Arizona State, Oregon, Arizona and Northwestern) to attend Cal.

BRANDON SANDERS (CB 5'9 170 lbs --- Skyline High School, Oakland)

Sanders is the second member of his family to receive a scholarship to play defensive back for the Bears. His father, Raymond Sanders was a three-year letter winner under Coach Bruce Snyder. In addition to being recruited by the Bears, Sanders also attracted the attention of Notre Dame's Tyrone Willingham. However, in the end, Sanders chose to play for Coach Tedford. His high school coach, the legendary John Beam, stated that Sanders is one of the fastest players he ever coached. This is quite a statement considering the fact that Beam has coached more players who have gone on to D1A careers than any other coach in the Bay Area. Sanders was rated among the Top Ten prep defensive backs in the post-season pacwestfootball.com rankings.

GARRETT CROSS (TE 6'5" 235 lbs --- Butte College, Oroville)

"It was great, it was one of the best weekends I've ever had. It was a blast. It erases every doubt that I had." - Garrett Cross. Would you agree that Cross was sold on Cal immediately after his visit? It is fortunate for the Bears that Cross reacted to his visit in this manner because he is one of the finest JC TE's in the country. To wit, he was named a First Team All-American (JC Grid-Wire) after averaging 15.1 yards/reception and scoring ten touchdowns (tops among all JC TE's in California) for the NorCal Conference champion Butte College Roadrunners. When asked about his skills, Cross responded, "It's my athleticism and speed as a tight end. A lot of schools are now looking for tight ends who can really run and catch the ball." It is expected that Cross will receive an immediate opportunity to team up with Brandon Hall to give the Bears a solid twosome at TE this Fall.

MATT GIORDANO (S 6'0" 210 lbs --- Fresno City College, Fresno)

Giordano signed with the Bears during the early signing period in December. Therefore, he is already enrolled in classes and will be eligible to participate in Spring practice beginning in March. He has been characterized as a tough hitter who will step in this Fall as the starter at Free safety. Giordano brings some impressive credentials to Berkeley, he was named to the JC Central Valley All Conference team two consecutive years and was named the Defensive MVP in the 2002 Northern California Championship Game.

LEON DRUMMER (DT 6'6" 300 lbs --- St. Mary's High School, Berkeley)

There is some question regarding where Drummer will eventually play at Cal. He is equally skilled as an offensive lineman and defensive lineman. In workouts prior to the California/Florida All-Star game, a recruiting service observer wrote, "[he was] the one offensive lineman on the team who was physically able to stand his ground and not get pushed backward". In addition, in those same workouts, after he tried his hand at defensive line, the same recruiting service observer wrote, "Drummer...absolutely dominated the interior of the [offensive] line." Considering the fact that Cal did not sign any offensive linemen this year, it is anticipated that Drummer will wind up on offense. Regardless, Drummer is a great athlete who is quoted as having said, "I love to hit. That was fun" after a drill at the University of Washington summer camp. Bear fans will also have an enjoyable time watching this local product play in his home area.

SEAN YOUNG (WR 5'10' 175 lbs --- Berkeley High School, Berkeley)

When faced with the choice of attending Cal or UCLA, Young decided that the opportunity to play for Coach Tedford before the home folks was reason enough to convince him to sign with the Bears. With that decision, he became the first Berkeley High School Yellowjacket in many years to play for Cal. Young had an outstanding senior season. He totaled 1127 all-purpose yards for 13 touchdowns. This performance earned him the Alameda/Contra Costa Athletic League's Most Valuable Player award.

GARRET TREMBLAY (LB 6'3 215 lbs --- Palm Desert High School, Palm Desert)

"Cal got a very nice player", wrote one recruiting service after Garrett Tremblay committed to the Bears. That may be an understatement when all is said and done. Tremblay was listed at the 9th rated linebacker in the West in the post-season pacwestfootball.com rankings. This rating reflects the ability Tremblay demonstrated on the field during his senior season. Tremblay led his team in tackles and tallied six sacks in a season that ended with him being named the team's Defensive Most Valuable Player. Tremblay turned down offers from Washington and Arizona to play for the Bears alongside his older brother, Brian.

CHRIS PURTZ (LB 6'2" 227 lbs --- Clovis West High School, Clovis)

Purtz is already enrolled at Cal. He graduated from high school in December so he could get a head start on his college career and participate in spring practice this year. If there was any question whether or not he is ready to move to the next level, it was answered on Day Four of the practice sessions before the California/Florida All-Star game in January. He had the biggest hit that day. One observer noted that, "Even the offensive players were shaking their heads after the collision." Purtz is a player who thrives on competition. At the NIKE Stanford camp last summer, he outperformed several more highly rated prep linebackers. Purtz is an aggressive, tough player with a reputation for being a bruising tackler.

KYLE McCLURE (DE 6'6" 230 lbs --- Oaks Christian High School, Westlake Village)

Cal fans are going to love watching McClure play for the Bears. He has been compared to Tom Canada in that he is a high intensity player who goes full throttle from snap to whistle. His high school coach, the legendary Bill Riddell (he coached Russell White at Crespi High School in the late 80's) had this to say about him, "He's a very hard working player. He'll easily be able to add about 60-65 pounds when he gets to college." The progress he made in his final year of high school is evidenced by his climb on pacwestfootball.com rankings from non-rated status (prior to the season) to #11 (after the season) among prep defensive ends in the West. He is the first player to sign with a D1A school from his high school.

CARY DOVE (QB 6'2" 160 lbs --- Taft High School, Woodland Hills)

While some may have questioned Coach Tedford's decision to offer Dove early in the recruiting season, by December, it was evident that Tedford made the right choice. In his senior year, Dove completed 62.5% of his passes for 3,277 yards and 31 touchdowns. Also, he led his team to the Los Angeles City Championship game. One recruiting service enthused that he has a "cannon for an arm and can make throws from anywhere on the field". Another stated that, "the Bears [got] a player with unlimited potential." Having graduated from high school in December, he is already enrolled at Cal and is working diligently in the weight room to increase his weight and strength. Reportedly, he has already put on ten pounds of muscle. He is planning on participating in spring practice. Dove turned down offers from Arizona State and Washington to attend Cal.

SAM DeSa (WR 5'11" 174 lbs --- Monte Vista High School, Danville)

Simply stated, DeSa had an amazing prep career. During his three varsity years, he caught 166 passes for 3,154 yards (19.0 yards/reception) and 40 touchdowns. In addition, he played even better in the season's biggest contest, the NCS DII championship game. His 81 yard pass reception in the title game clinched the championship for his school. His high school coach, Craig Bergman, stated that DeSa understands the game so well [that he] should make a nice impact at Cal." After watching DeSa on film, one recruiting service observer said that DeSa, "...has explosive speed and plays and looks faster than the 4.46 40 time he clocked at the NIKE camp in Los Angeles.' Also, he is a very smooth route runner. Said DeSa about his commitment to Cal, "I just like the school and it's where I want to be."

JOE MANINGO (LB 6'1" 225 lbs --- Foothill College, Los Altos Hills)

Maningo is an early signee who is presently enrolled at Cal. He will participate in spring practice in March and is expected to be a major contributor in the Fall. He comes to Cal following a sterling junior college career. Following the 2002 season, he was named a Second Team All-American (JC Grid-Wire). In addition, he was named First Team All-State and the Most Valuable Player Defensive Player in Region 1. He is noted for his toughness and his relentless style of play.

AARON RODGERS (QB 6'2" 195 lbs --- Butte College, Oroville)

Rodgers will arrive in Berkeley this Fall with three years of eligibility remaining. Although he did not receive much notoriety following a solid career All-Section level career in high school, he blossomed in his first year at Butte College. Following his sterling 2002 campaign, he was named a Third Team All-American (JC Grid-Wire). In addition to amassing a set of impressive statistics during the season, he was named MVP of the Holiday Bowl after leading his team to a 37-20 win over Mid-Empire Conference champion San Joaquin Delta. Rodgers' strength is his ability to throw the ball accurately. He was picked off only four times out of 265 pass attempts. Look for Rodgers to push for playing time beginning this Fall. As Coach Tedford said on Signing Day, "Junior college players are brought in for a reason."

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In addition to the \"Hasty Half Dozen\", the Bears also signed twelve defensive linemen and linebackers (of whom eight are listed at 4.7 or better) and ten other players (of whom five are listed at 4.5 or better). The six speedsters are led by WR Noah Smith (4.29). CB Brandon Sanders (4.38), WR Devin Stearns (4.41), WR Sam DeSa (4.46), DB Thomas DeCoud (4.47) and WR Sean Young (4.48) round out the sextet.

Among the twelve DLers and LBers heading to Berkeley are four 4-star signees, DL Brandon Mebane, Ray Tago, Ryan Riddle and Joe Maningo. In addition, the Bears signed Matthew Malele, Josh Taunau'u, Francis Blay-Miezah, Leon Drummer, Chris Purtz, Garret Tremblay, Kyle McClure and Greg Van Housen.

The remaining ten members of the Class of 2003 reflect a mixed bag of offense, defense and special teams. QB's Cary Dove and Aaron Rodgers, TE's Garrett Cross and Craig Stevens and RB J.J. Arrington will line up on the offensive side of the ball. DB's Brandon Myles, Daymeion Hughes, Matt Giordano and Kenneth Frank on the defensive side and P/PK Lucas Everitt will play on special teams.

Overall, the class was rated anywhere from 13th (PacWestfootball.com) to 21st (FansOnly) in the nation by the major recruiting services.

Coach Tedford summarized the Class of 2003 with the following comment, \"When we look back three or four years from now, I believe we will look favorably at the impact that this recruiting class had on the success of our football program. We are extremely happy with the overall quality of this group, both in terms of talent and character. This was the first year that our staff had a full season for recruiting, and our coaches really did an outstanding job of evaluating talent and getting these young men to buy into our vision for Cal football.\"

The following is a detailed look at each signee...

RAY TAGO (DE 6'3\" 250 lbs --- Long Beach CC, Long Beach)

Tago signed with USC following a stellar prep career at Poly High in Long Beach (in his senior season, he was an All-Southern Section Div. 1 first team selection). However, he did not qualify academically so he chose to attend LBCC. After a two-year stint in junior college, Tago felt that he was ready to begin playing at the Pac10 level. However, he wasn't certain if his future was to be in Eugene or Berkeley. After a spirited recruiting battle, in which Tago had to overcome the objections of his mother, he signed with Cal. Ray Tago is a proud man who feels that he is up to the challenge of Berkeley both on and off the field. He should make an immediate impact on a defensive line that was hard hit by graduation following the 2002 season.

JOSH TAUANU'U (DT 6'2\" 280 lbs --- Poly High School, Long Beach)

Tauanu'u was last signee in this year's class after he spurned the University of Oregon at the 11th hour. Prior to his final season at Poly High, Tauanu'u captured the attention of college coaches everywhere with excellent efforts at the Nike summer camps at USC and Stanford. He followed up those performances with a superb senior campaign. He was named to the Southern Section Div. 1 First Team. In addition, he was named to the California All-Star squad that took on a team of Florida All-Stars after the 2002 season. During the practice sessions prior to that game, observers were moved to remark, \"Taunau'u is one of the best players we've seen coming off blocks.\" He has yet to post a qualifying score on his SAT; however, he plans on taking the test again in March.

MATTHEW MALELE (DT 6'3\" 300 lbs --- Carson High School, Carson)

Since Malele never took an official visit to Berkeley, many observers were quite surprised when Cal entered the picture late in the recruiting season. Malele's take on the matter? \"I like Coach Delgado a lot and think Coach Tedford has done a great job with the team...\" Considering that Malele turned down offers from Tennessee, Penn State and Washington, the Bear coaching staff obviously made a huge impression on him. One recruiting service said of Malele, \"[he] is one of the nation's best prospects. It is amazing how this big man can move.\" Malele will not be the only member of his family who will be on campus in the Fall. His older brother, Mel, is already a student at Berkeley and is considering attempting to make the team as walk-on.

DEVIN STEARNS (WR 6'3\" 185 lbs --- Serra High School, Gardena)

One of the most coveted recruits on the West Coast, Devin Stearns decided to sign with Cal very late in the recruiting season. In fact, on Signing Day eve, Stearns was still undecided, with Ohio State, UCLA and Cal in the mix. Coaches from all three schools were either on the phone with him or queued up to speak with him. Coach Tedford summarized the evening thusly, \"It was a very heated battle. It was very intense on the phone.\" For Cal to go head to head with the National Champion Buckeyes and come away the winners speaks highly of Tedford's skills as a recruiter. He is Cal's highest rated recruit on the Long Beach Telegram's Best in the West Team (nine votes out of ten). His high school coach, Scott Altenberg, had this to say about Stearns, \"Devin is a tremendous big-play threat.\"

BRANDON MYLES (DB 5'10\" 185 lbs --- Carson High School, Carson)

The son of former UCLA quarter miler Bennie Myles, Brandon Myles is an accomplished athlete. As a RB for Carson HS, Myles averaged 11.4 yds/attempt on 76 carries during his senior season. He also played CB and returned kickoffs (29.3 yds/return). He has been timed at 4.53 in the 40 but is reported to play \"even faster and has tremendous game speed\". Myles is an excellent example of the kind of player Coach Tedford is recruiting, a versatile athlete with good speed. In addition to Cal, he was recruited by Tennessee and Oregon.

LUCAS EVERITT (P/PK 6'2\" 190 lbs --- Sierra College, Rocklin)

Everitt averaged 45.2 yds/punt, tops among all junior college punters in California in 2002. In addition, he converted 75% of his field goal attempts. He was named to the JC All State First Team as a punter. He is expected to compete for both the punting and place kicking positions at Cal beginning this Fall. Everitt has two years of eligibility remaining.

J.J. ARRINGTON (RB 5'11\" 215 lbs --- College of the Canyons, Newhall)

The subject of the strangest recruiting saga of the year, Arrington wound up signing with the Bears after first agreeing to sign with Oregon. Fortunately for Cal, Arrington's agreement to sign with the Ducks came after the early signing deadline of 11:59pm, January 15, 2003. Therefore, the Oregon LOI he signed was void and he had to wait until the late signing period to begin on February 5th before he could put his signature on a valid LOI. By that time, the Rocky Mount, North Carolina product (the only non-California native in this year's recruiting class) had changed his mind and decided to cast his fortune with Cal. Arrington's fits the profile of the quintessential \"Tedford running back\". He possesses the ability to both run with the ball (5.7 yards/carry) and receive passes (10.7 yards/reception). These twin skills should enable him to earn significant time on the field this Fall.

CRAIG STEVENS (TE 6'5\" 240lbs --- Peninsula High School, Rolling Hills Estates)

Following his official visit to Cal on Big Game weekend, it was only a matter of time before Stevens would commit to sign with the Bears. He thoroughly enjoyed his experience at the game. In addition, as Stevens' father, Mark, said, \"They have a great offense that uses the tight end and we all liked Coach Tedford.\" No doubt about it, if 2002 was any indication, Stevens will certainly receive an opportunity to become part of the passing game. This will be a real change for him. In high school, his team ran the ball about 85% of the time because, according to his coach, Tony Uruburu, \"...he wipes out whole sides of the line of scrimmage by himself.\" In fact, Uruburu went on to say, \"We have three guys in the NFL right now, but Craig is the best player we've had at this high school.\" Stevens turned down offers from Washington and UCLA.

NOAH SMITH (WR 5'11\" 165 lbs --- Taft High School, Woodland Hills)

One of the fastest players in the nation, Smith turned down offers from UCLA and Arizona to sign with the Bears. \"I just felt Cal was the best fit for me.\" Smith's credentials are quite impressive. On the track, he has run a 10,54 100 meters. On the football field, he averaged over 20 yards/reception in each of the last two years. As Smith says, \"I'm the person you throw the ball out to and I go get it.\" In addition to being the deep threat in Cal's passing attack, his ability to stretch defenses will open up the field underneath for his fellow receivers. Of course, the man who has been throwing the ball to Smith over the last couple of years has been (and may continue to be) his childhood friend, Cary Dove.

BRANDON MEBANE (DT 6'3\" 250 lbs --- Crenshaw High School, Los Angeles)

His high school coach referred to him as a, \"dominating force\". The coaching staff at the University of Washington said that, \"[he] could be better than [former UW All-American] Larry Triplett\". A recruiting service reported that, \"he packs a tremendous punch when he hits.\" Mebane earned these accolades by producing 153 tackles and 32 sacks in his last two years in high school. He is extremely quick and difficult to block. Among the honors he has received are 2001 Los Angeles City Defensive Player of the Year and 2002 Central City Player of the Year. When asked why he chose to attend Cal (he turned down offers from USC, UCLA and Washington), he said, \"...the program is going in the right direction and I just feel very comfortable in the area.\"

DAYMEION HUGHES (CB 6'2\" 175 lbs --- Crenshaw High School, Los Angeles)

Hughes has already received a sneak preview of what he can expect to face as a cornerback for the Bears. In high school, he played against several players who will be playing in the Pac10 in the future. Of these players, Hughes reported that only Mark Bradford (he signed with Stanford) scored a touchdown against him. Hughes feels that he may be able to make an immediate contribution. As he put it, \"They graduate both starting corners and one of their safeties so there's a good chance I'll be able to come in and play right away.\" Hughes attracted offers from, among others, Oregon, Arizona and Washington. However, he said, \"Cal is where I wanted to go since before high school. \"

FRANCIS BLAY-MIEZAH (LB 6'2\" 230lbs --- Mt. San Antonio College, Walnut)

Blay-Miezah did not attract a lot of attention following his high school career. However, he has come on strong since that time. Following a sophomore season in which he tallied 94 tackles and four sacks, he was named to the All Mission Conference First Team. This effort earned him multiple scholarship offers, from which he chose the tender from Cal. He shares a trait common to his fellow Cal recruits - good speed and quickness.

THOMAS DECOUD (CB 6'3\" 175 lbs --- Pinole Valley High School, Pinole)

One of the most overused expressions in recruiting is \"sleeper\". It is seemingly applied to every athlete who either does not attend a summer camp or does attend but does not make an big impression. Therefore, they are unknown to the recruiting services. Of course, when they do make a splash by producing on the field, they are categorized as a \"sleeper\" because the recruiting services initially overlooked them. Decoud fits this description perfectly. He is a tremendous athlete who was overlooked by the recruiting services (for example, he was only given two stars by pacwestfootball.com). He will fill the Bears' need for a tall, athletic cornerback to match up with receivers like Mike Williams of USC and Reggie Williams of Washington. Following some question regarding the level of his commitment after it was initially announced, the Cal coaching staff was thrilled to secure his signature.

RYAN RIDDLE (DE 6'3 240 lbs --- El Camino College, Torrance)

Coming off a season in which he was named a Third Team All-American (JC Grid-Wire), Riddle is expected to make an early contribution to the Bears. During his career at El Camino College, Riddle tallied 21 sacks and 7 blocked kicks. He will not be the first in his family to play in the Pac10 (and predecessor conferences), his grandfather, John Riddle, played for USC.

GREG VAN HOESEN (LB 6'3\" 216 lbs --- Saratoga High School, Saratoga)

The Cal staff has compared Van Hoesen to former Bear John Klotsche. He is a tough-minded linebacker who can make plays. For example, as a three-year starter for Saratoga High School, he led the team in tackles each year. Also, he possesses the same fire and passion that Klotsche brought to the field. After Van Hoesen committed to play for Cal, his father said that, \"Greg is extremely excited about going to Cal. He will [play for] a football program that has more momentum than any Division I program in the country.\" The Cal coaching staff was not alone in assessing his potential - he was listed among the Top Twenty prep linebackers in the West in the post-season pacwestfootball.com rankings.

KENNETH FRANK (S 6'0\" 185 lbs --- Cerritos High School, Cerritos)

Although he starred on both sides of the ball in high school, as a running back on offense and a free safety on defense, the Cal staff sees Frank as a rover in their defensive system. The position calls for an athletic player who can make plays equally well against the run and pass. Frank has proven he is quite capable of filling both responsibilities. He led his high school team in tackles each of his three years on the squad and intercepted ten passes in his final two years. If there is still any question regarding his skill level, he rushed for over 3,000 yards in his last two years at Cerritos High School. Frank turned down eight scholarship offers (LSU, Kansas, Colorado, Washington , Arizona State, Oregon, Arizona and Northwestern) to attend Cal.

BRANDON SANDERS (CB 5'9 170 lbs --- Skyline High School, Oakland)

Sanders is the second member of his family to receive a scholarship to play defensive back for the Bears. His father, Raymond Sanders was a three-year letter winner under Coach Bruce Snyder. In addition to being recruited by the Bears, Sanders also attracted the attention of Notre Dame's Tyrone Willingham. However, in the end, Sanders chose to play for Coach Tedford. His high school coach, the legendary John Beam, stated that Sanders is one of the fastest players he ever coached. This is quite a statement considering the fact that Beam has coached more players who have gone on to D1A careers than any other coach in the Bay Area. Sanders was rated among the Top Ten prep defensive backs in the post-season pacwestfootball.com rankings.

GARRETT CROSS (TE 6'5\" 235 lbs --- Butte College, Oroville)

\"It was great, it was one of the best weekends I've ever had. It was a blast. It erases every doubt that I had.\" - Garrett Cross. Would you agree that Cross was sold on Cal immediately after his visit? It is fortunate for the Bears that Cross reacted to his visit in this manner because he is one of the finest JC TE's in the country. To wit, he was named a First Team All-American (JC Grid-Wire) after averaging 15.1 yards/reception and scoring ten touchdowns (tops among all JC TE's in California) for the NorCal Conference champion Butte College Roadrunners. When asked about his skills, Cross responded, \"It's my athleticism and speed as a tight end. A lot of schools are now looking for tight ends who can really run and catch the ball.\" It is expected that Cross will receive an immediate opportunity to team up with Brandon Hall to give the Bears a solid twosome at TE this Fall.

MATT GIORDANO (S 6'0\" 210 lbs --- Fresno City College, Fresno)

Giordano signed with the Bears during the early signing period in December. Therefore, he is already enrolled in classes and will be eligible to participate in Spring practice beginning in March. He has been characterized as a tough hitter who will step in this Fall as the starter at Free safety. Giordano brings some impressive credentials to Berkeley, he was named to the JC Central Valley All Conference team two consecutive years and was named the Defensive MVP in the 2002 Northern California Championship Game.

LEON DRUMMER (DT 6'6\" 300 lbs --- St. Mary's High School, Berkeley)

There is some question regarding where Drummer will eventually play at Cal. He is equally skilled as an offensive lineman and defensive lineman. In workouts prior to the California/Florida All-Star game, a recruiting service observer wrote, \"[he was] the one offensive lineman on the team who was physically able to stand his ground and not get pushed backward\". In addition, in those same workouts, after he tried his hand at defensive line, the same recruiting service observer wrote, \"Drummer...absolutely dominated the interior of the [offensive] line.\" Considering the fact that Cal did not sign any offensive linemen this year, it is anticipated that Drummer will wind up on offense. Regardless, Drummer is a great athlete who is quoted as having said, \"I love to hit. That was fun\" after a drill at the University of Washington summer camp. Bear fans will also have an enjoyable time watching this local product play in his home area.

SEAN YOUNG (WR 5'10' 175 lbs --- Berkeley High School, Berkeley)

When faced with the choice of attending Cal or UCLA, Young decided that the opportunity to play for Coach Tedford before the home folks was reason enough to convince him to sign with the Bears. With that decision, he became the first Berkeley High School Yellowjacket in many years to play for Cal. Young had an outstanding senior season. He totaled 1127 all-purpose yards for 13 touchdowns. This performance earned him the Alameda/Contra Costa Athletic League's Most Valuable Player award.

GARRET TREMBLAY (LB 6'3 215 lbs --- Palm Desert High School, Palm Desert)

\"Cal got a very nice player\", wrote one recruiting service after Garrett Tremblay committed to the Bears. That may be an understatement when all is said and done. Tremblay was listed at the 9th rated linebacker in the West in the post-season pacwestfootball.com rankings. This rating reflects the ability Tremblay demonstrated on the field during his senior season. Tremblay led his team in tackles and tallied six sacks in a season that ended with him being named the team's Defensive Most Valuable Player. Tremblay turned down offers from Washington and Arizona to play for the Bears alongside his older brother, Brian.

CHRIS PURTZ (LB 6'2\" 227 lbs --- Clovis West High School, Clovis)

Purtz is already enrolled at Cal. He graduated from high school in December so he could get a head start on his college career and participate in spring practice this year. If there was any question whether or not he is ready to move to the next level, it was answered on Day Four of the practice sessions before the California/Florida All-Star game in January. He had the biggest hit that day. One observer noted that, \"Even the offensive players were shaking their heads after the collision.\" Purtz is a player who thrives on competition. At the NIKE Stanford camp last summer, he outperformed several more highly rated prep linebackers. Purtz is an aggressive, tough player with a reputation for being a bruising tackler.

KYLE McCLURE (DE 6'6\" 230 lbs --- Oaks Christian High School, Westlake Village)

Cal fans are going to love watching McClure play for the Bears. He has been compared to Tom Canada in that he is a high intensity player who goes full throttle from snap to whistle. His high school coach, the legendary Bill Riddell (he coached Russell White at Crespi High School in the late 80's) had this to say about him, \"He's a very hard working player. He'll easily be able to add about 60-65 pounds when he gets to college.\" The progress he made in his final year of high school is evidenced by his climb on pacwestfootball.com rankings from non-rated status (prior to the season) to #11 (after the season) among prep defensive ends in the West. He is the first player to sign with a D1A school from his high school.

CARY DOVE (QB 6'2\" 160 lbs --- Taft High School, Woodland Hills)

While some may have questioned Coach Tedford's decision to offer Dove early in the recruiting season, by December, it was evident that Tedford made the right choice. In his senior year, Dove completed 62.5% of his passes for 3,277 yards and 31 touchdowns. Also, he led his team to the Los Angeles City Championship game. One recruiting service enthused that he has a \"cannon for an arm and can make throws from anywhere on the field\". Another stated that, \"the Bears [got] a player with unlimited potential.\" Having graduated from high school in December, he is already enrolled at Cal and is working diligently in the weight room to increase his weight and strength. Reportedly, he has already put on ten pounds of muscle. He is planning on participating in spring practice. Dove turned down offers from Arizona State and Washington to attend Cal.

SAM DeSa (WR 5'11\" 174 lbs --- Monte Vista High School, Danville)

Simply stated, DeSa had an amazing prep career. During his three varsity years, he caught 166 passes for 3,154 yards (19.0 yards/reception) and 40 touchdowns. In addition, he played even better in the season's biggest contest, the NCS DII championship game. His 81 yard pass reception in the title game clinched the championship for his school. His high school coach, Craig Bergman, stated that DeSa understands the game so well [that he] should make a nice impact at Cal.\" After watching DeSa on film, one recruiting service observer said that DeSa, \"...has explosive speed and plays and looks faster than the 4.46 40 time he clocked at the NIKE camp in Los Angeles.' Also, he is a very smooth route runner. Said DeSa about his commitment to Cal, \"I just like the school and it's where I want to be.\"

JOE MANINGO (LB 6'1\" 225 lbs --- Foothill College, Los Altos Hills)

Maningo is an early signee who is presently enrolled at Cal. He will participate in spring practice in March and is expected to be a major contributor in the Fall. He comes to Cal following a sterling junior college career. Following the 2002 season, he was named a Second Team All-American (JC Grid-Wire). In addition, he was named First Team All-State and the Most Valuable Player Defensive Player in Region 1. He is noted for his toughness and his relentless style of play.

AARON RODGERS (QB 6'2\" 195 lbs --- Butte College, Oroville)

Rodgers will arrive in Berkeley this Fall with three years of eligibility remaining. Although he did not receive much notoriety following a solid career All-Section level career in high school, he blossomed in his first year at Butte College. Following his sterling 2002 campaign, he was named a Third Team All-American (JC Grid-Wire). In addition to amassing a set of impressive statistics during the season, he was named MVP of the Holiday Bowl after leading his team to a 37-20 win over Mid-Empire Conference champion San Joaquin Delta. Rodgers' strength is his ability to throw the ball accurately. He was picked off only four times out of 265 pass attempts. Look for Rodgers to push for playing time beginning this Fall. As Coach Tedford said on Signing Day, \"Junior college players are brought in for a reason.\"

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