Koa Farmer has been committed to Cal since October which means he was around for the old staff as well and the Sherman Oaks (Calif.) Notre Dame athlete said he's developed a good relationship with the new coaches, too.
The 6-foot-1, 195-pound four-star prospect said he recently had a lengthy chat with first-year Cal coach Sonny Dykes and things are going well with the Golden Bears.
"I just talked to coach Dykes," Farmer said.
"He's a cool coach. I can tell he's a really good coach. We just talked for about 30 minutes."
Farmer, who's expected to play defensive back at Cal, said he and Dykes had a good talk and his commitment to Cal remains firm. It's especially important, Farmer said, that he gets to know the new coaching staff.
"He was asking me about track," Farmer said. "I asked about how his family was doing. It was just basic stuff but it was good talking to him."
Farmer has been committed to the Golden Bears for a few months but that doesn't mean his recruitment has slowed down.
If anything, the Sherman Oaks Notre Dame standout said things have gotten busier after his commitment. He also has offers from Utah and Vanderbilt and many others programs are getting involved.
"I'm actually getting a lot of interest," Farmer said.
"I just got an offer from Vanderbilt last week, Stanford has been interested in me and I talked to Harvard and Yale recently."