Dalis Bruce spent a lot of his time at Cal's junior day with quarterback Zach Kline, who's already committed to the Golden Bears, and wide receiver Bryce Treggs so the Danville (Calif.) Monte Vista cornerback had an outstanding time on his visit.
Bruce, a 5-foot-10, 170-pound prospect, still doesn't have any offers but is excited after his weekend visit in Berkeley.
"It was a good weekend up there," Bruce said. "I went up with my friends Bryce Treggs and Zach Kline and I got to meet all the coaches, got to talk to all of them and introduce myself a little bit more.
"I've been talking to them through e-mail so I got to talk to them a little bit more. They had a meal set up for us so I got to sit down more with the coaches and have a couple conversations with them and talked about life on campus."
Treggs, from Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco, has Cal as one of his favorites but Notre Dame, Arizona State, Stanford, UCLA, Washington and others have offered him.
Kline has been committed to Cal for months and Bruce said Kline was trying to convince them that Berkeley was the right place during the trip.
"You could tell Zach was trying to get me and Bryce to lean a little bit more toward Cal because throughout the whole day he was talking about the campus and how great the coaches were," Bruce said.
Cal, Stanford, Oklahoma, Oregon, Oregon State and Colorado are showing interest in Bruce, who has a busy spring and summer schedule ahead of him.
The Monte Vista prospect will be in Las Vegas later this month for the Badger Sports 7-on-7 and then he plans to attend the Colorado junior day and summer camp, the Palo Alto NIKE Camp and Oregon's camp.
"I've been having a good relationship with the coaches and so meeting them will only make that better this summer," Bruce said.