California’s 2018 recruiting class was evaluated at around the middle of the pack in the Pac-12 — eighth best to be exact. The squad of prospects the Golden Bears are putting together for 2019 is well on its way to outdoing that ranking.
— Spencer Brasch (@spencer_brasch) June 12, 2018
Incredibly excited to announce that I have verbally committed to play football and continue my academic career at Cal! I have to thank my family, my friends, my teammates, and my coaches. I wouldn’t be half the player or person I am today without their support. #GoBears #Earnit pic.twitter.com/8uE0MOE2Yb
— Brian Driscoll (@BRDriscoll78) June 12, 2018
The 6-foot-4, 190-pound Brasch is from Gilbert, Ariz., making him the fourth player from Arizona that Cal has landed a commitment from in this class. 247Sports composite ranked him as the 26th-best dual-threat passer and the No. 1,318 overall prospect.
Driscoll, from Torrey Pines, Calif., is a 6-4, 278-pound offensive tackle ranked No. 1,658 overall.
Cal’s 2019 class is currently rated No. 33 in the nation and third best in the Pac-12.