Cal’s visit list will include players from all over the country, but a good chunk of them are commits from the West and a couple of key targets. Their big uncommitted visitors are Buena Park (Calif.) receiver Jaylinn Hawkins and San Diego (Calif.) St. Augustine safety Frank Buncom. Committed visitors include Napa (Calif.) receiver Austin Arron, Corona (Calif.) Centennial receiver Greyson Bankhead, Fresno (Calif.) Central tight end Zeandae Johnson, Honolulu (Hawaii) Punahou receiver Kanawai Noa, Chino Hills (Calif.) Ayala safety Malik Psalms and Sammamish (Wash.) Skyline outside linebacker Cameron Saffle.
Hawkins will visit Cal
Oregon State and Gary Andersen will bring a good chunk of visitors from the West, including a couple from Utah, where Andersen is from, including American Fork (Utah) lineman James Empey and running back Lopini Katoa and West Valley City (Utah) Hunter tight end Noah Togiai. Los Angeles (Calif.) Cathedral defensive endSimi Moala and Kahuku (Hawaii) tight end Tuli Wily-Matagi will also be in Corvallis.
Arizona will welcome Folsom (Calif.) offensive lineman Cody Creason, Moreno Valley (Calif.) Rancho Verde receiver Cedric Peterson and Murrieta (Calif.) Vista Murrieta tight end Jamie Nunley flanked by Scottsdale (Ariz.) Chaparral tackleKeenan Walker, Gilbert (Ariz.) Campo Verde defensive lineman Finton Connelly, Tucson (Ariz.) Mountain View safety Demetrius Flanagan and Anthem (Ariz.) Boulder Creek offensive lineman Nathan Eldridge.
Arizona State will have two high-profile visitors this weekend in Army All-American defensive ends Porter Gustin from Salem Hills (Utah) and Rasheem Green from Gardena (Calif.) Serra as well as Norwalk (Calif.) defensive tackle Dillon Faamatau, a commit to Washington State.
Arizona State will host Green
Utah will host two commits in South Jordan (Utah) Bingham kicker Chayden Johnston and Scottsdale (Ariz.) Horizon offensive lineman Jake Grant and two in-state targets in Provo (Utah) Timpview defensive end Gabe Reid and teammateBritain Covey.
Washington’s three visitors are all committed: Anaheim (Calif.) Servite longsnapperA.J. Carty, Seattle (Wash.) O’Dea running back Myles Gaskin and Oceanside (Calif.) cornerback Jordan Miller.
UCLA’s three visitors are from out of the West, but they’re big ones: the nation’s top tight end, Chris Clark from Avon (Conn.) Old Farms and the nation’s top offensive guard, Keller (Texas) four-star Maea Teuhema, a commit to LSU. Buffalo (N.Y.) Canisius defensive end Tyrone Wheatley will also be in town.
USC and Stanford had big visit weekends last weekend so they’ll sit this one out.
Washington State has Santa Margarita (Calif.) receiver Kyle Sweet visiting, Colorado has Littleton (Colo.) Heritage defensive tackle Frank Umu coming in and Oregon will bring in Sacramento (Calif.) Grant offensive lineman Darrin Paulo.
Paulo visits Oregon this weekend
Boise State has three visitors coming to town from the West in San Clemente (Calif.) linebacker Riley Whimpey, Fresno (Calif.) Edison cornerback Tyler Horton and Tustin (Calif.) receiver George Wilson.
San Diego State has a pair of four-stars coming to visit, Los Angeles (Calif.) Salesian linebacker Kyahva Tezino and Layton (Utah) Northridge cornerback Dayan Lake. The Aztecs also have Upland (Calif.) lineman Gary Baker and Rancho Cucamonga (Calif.) receiver Jerry Chaney.
Lake is one of two four-stars visiting San Diego State
A trio of receivers opened up their recruitments this week with Pasadena (Calif.) Muir’s Taeon Mason decommitting from USC, Vancouver (Wash.) Evergreen’s Justice Murphy decommitting from Utah and West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade receiver Brandyn Lee decommitting from Wisconsin.
USC got its third commitment, and second from a linebacker, in the 2016 class when Torrance (Calif.) North four-star Mique Juarez pledged to the Trojans. Juarez, the No. 5 middle linebacker in the 2016 class, joined outside linebacker Daelin Hayes and tight end Isaac Garcia on USC’s 2016 commitment list.