Cal coaches see Watson play

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Cal sent two coaches, including running backs coach Pierre Ingram, to the Long Beach (Calif.) Poly-Corona (Calif.) Centennial game last weekend, and Tre Watson definitely noticed.
The Corona Centennial three-star running back has been committed to the Golden Bears since late May and said he definitely saw the coaches and really appreciated that they spent the time to come down and see him.
Watson is still considering other programs, but Cal is still on top and his commitment sounds firmer than it did this summer.
"That means a lot to me," Watson said. "That shows that they care about me and they have a great plan for me in the future. I love it. It's sad that we lost when they came down but you lose some, you win some. Next week I just have to do better.
"I'm definitely strong with Cal. I still want to see my different options and see honestly at the end of the day what fits me best. Right now it's Cal and I love them and they love me. It's a great vibe."
Things between Cal and Watson, who broke the school rushing record two weeks ago in a victory over Ventura (Calif.) St. Bonaventure, look good, but the three-star running back is planning other trips.
He said UCLA, Boise State, Utah and Washington State are still under consideration in his recruitment and he's setting up other official visits.
Watson plans to visit Boise State next weekend when it hosts Southern Miss, and then he'll go to Utah the first weekend of October when UCLA comes to town.
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