Cal commit camps at Stanford

Malik Psalms remains committed to Cal but the three-star defensive back worked out at Stanford's camp earlier this week and was thoroughly impressed.
Stanford has not offered Psalms yet but if that comes through then his recruitment could get even more interesting.
"It went pretty good," Psalms said. "Coach (Duane) Akina said he really liked the way I played and so did coach (Marc) Mattioli. Coach (David) Shaw was giving me some feedback on some of the things I was doing right so it went well.
"Coach Mattioli and coach (Pete) Alamar asked me to come up there to compete for an offer. I asked coach Alamar about it and he hasn't gotten back to me yet."
The Chino Hills (Calif.) Ayala standout has seen his recruitment get much busier since he committed to Cal in late April. Washington recently offered and Psalms said Stanford and UCLA have really stepped up its interest in recent weeks.
The three-star said he does not plan to de-commit from the Golden Bears but an offer from Stanford would be something anyone would seriously consider.
"A Stanford offer would definitely be a big one," Psalms said. "It's such a great program on the rise and academically that's a tough school to beat. They're comparable to a lot of Ivy League schools.
"I talked to the coaches and said if they come through with an offer then I might take an official visit there depending on what other offers I come up with."
Psalms plans to camp at UCLA next week. The Bruins are poking around a little bit but there's been no talk of an offer at this point. The three-star has been committed to Cal since April 20.