"It was cool. It was a lot like home or just being around your friends," Greenberry said. "We just kicked it and had fun."
Notre Dame fans will be happy to know that the four-star playmaker still claims to be all Irish following his trip to Los Angeles.
"I am still a solid Notre Dame commit," Greenberry. "Me and Tee (Shepard) both."
While many believe Thompson will end up at Cal, he says all three schools are equal, and mentioned a fourth school that could be in the mix as well.
"I don't really have a number one school," Thompson said. "UCLA could come into play. I am going to take my unofficial there after the (Army) game, probably Jan. 17th or Jan. 20th.
Atwater (Calif.) Buhach Colony defensive lineman Azziz Shittu is one of the top recruits taking part in the first annual Cal State Game this week, with offers from around the country, but his final four schools all come from his home state of California.
UCLA, Cal, Stanford and USC are still in the mix for the talented defensive lineman, who plans to wait until Signing Day to make a decision.
Shittu recently took his visit Cal and was blown away by the experience.
"That Cal official was legit," Shittu said. "All of the guys up there all talked about playing together. Everyone was chill. It was like we were teammates forever."
Shittu also plans to have a busy travel schedule with official visits to Stanford (Jan. 13th), USC (Jan. 20th) and UCLA (Jan. 27th).
"USC, Cal and Stanford are coming after me the hardest," Shittu said. "UCLA has their new staff up so I want to see what they are going to do."
San Jose (Calif.) Oak Grove cornerback Cleveland Wallace stood out amongst the defensive backs on Tuesday. Wallace has been a solid commit to Oregon State for some time, but may still take some visits.
Westlake Village (Calif.) Oaks Christian cornerback Ishmael Adams said his parents hope he stays closer to home, which would be in UCLA's favor, but it seems as if the four star player could be leaning towards Cal.
Irvine (Calif.) Woodbridge defensive end Kyle Kelley said he liked his official visit to Oklahoma over the weekend. The Arizona commit spoke to new head coach Rich Rodriguez on Monday and is just waiting on the defensive staff to be assembled. Kelley will take his official visit to Arizona in January.
Anaheim (Calif.) Servite offensive lineman Travis Averill also gave an early commitment to Boise State and he said he loves the Broncos and is looking forward to taking his official to Boise State next month.
Sacramento (Calif.) Sheldon defensive end Nate Iese said he has narrowed his schools down to UCLA and Nebraska. He hopes to announce his decision soon.
San Jose (Calif.) Independence offensive lineman Fernando Villaneuva confirmed he has decommitted from Washington State and committed to San Jose State. Villanueva said he didn't mesh well with the new WSU staff and that they didn't make the effort to contact him.
Carson (Calif.) receiver Darreus Rogers really stood out among receivers on Tuesday. Rogers had an in-home visit with the Arizona State staff this past weekend and said he bumped Arizona State up to number two behind USC, where he's been a commit for nearly a year.
Elk Grove (Calif.) Cosumnes Oaks cornerback Marcus Rios, who committed to UCLA on Sunday, said he loved the energy of new head coach Jim Mora and his staff and was a big fan of Coach Demetrice Martin's hiring as the secondary coach.
The surprise player of the day was Chula Vista (Calif.) Mater Dei linebacker Andrew Martinez. The 6-4, 230-pounder has offers from San Jose State and Idaho State.