Pac-12: Christian Okafor
June, 6, 2012
By Kevin Gemmell | ESPN.com
It's 4th-and-15 and you're looking at a full-court press.
- Arizona signee Dylan Cozens says he will take the Philadelphia Phillies up on what's expected to be a $659,800 offer.
- Carl Bradford is growing into his role as "Devilbacker."
- A Q&A with early Cal's Christian Okafor.
- Is there a chance Paul Richardson returns this season for Colorado?
- Oregon highlights and classic rock are a great combination.
- This high school produced three players headed to Oregon State. (Screw-up on my part in original version. Apologies.)
- Stanford commit Alex Carter makes an impression.
- Bill O'Reilly weighed in on the Justin Combs situation.
- Utah punt returner Griff McNabb is transferring.
- This page has been set up where people can share memories of Johnie Kirton and make donations.
- A Q&A with Keith Jackson, who weighs in on Mike Leach and WSU, among other topics.
January, 18, 2012
By ESPN.com staff | ESPN.com
While much of the news around California of late has been about the departure of two coaches to Washington, there is some good news: Two highly-regarded recruits have enrolled in school and began attending classes Tuesday on the first day of the spring semester.
From the press release:
From the press release:
QB Zach Kline (Danville, CA/San Ramon Valley HS) and OL Christian Okafor (Houston, TX/Westbury HS) graduated from their respective high schools in December and are slated to participate in the Golden Bears’ practices this spring.
Kline is rated the nation’s No. 3 quarterback by Rivals and was a high school All-American in 2011, participating in the Under Armour All-America Game and also being listed by SuperPrep as an All-American. In addition to his ranking by Rivals, Kline is listed among the nation’s top quarterbacks by Scout (No. 4), ESPN (No. 4) and MaxPreps (No. 6 pro style). He ranks as high as the No. 58 player overall nationally according to ESPN. Kline was named the Gatorade California Football Player of the Year and a first-team member of the San Francisco Chronicle’s All-Metro squad as a senior when he completed 230-of-341 passes for a school-record 67.4 completion percentage, a school-record-tying 36 touchdowns and 3,630 passing yards to rank fourth in the state of California and No. 18 nationally. He is a four-star recruit of ESPN, MaxPreps, Scout, Rivals and 247Sports.
Okafor is a four-star recruit according to ESPN and MaxPreps. ESPN ranks him No. 30 nationally among offensive tackles, while Scout has him at No. 34.
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