Four-star pulls the trigger

Four-star offensive lineman Alex Crosthwaite (6-5, 298, 5.1) from San Diego (Calif.) Cathedral Catholic made his decision on where he will be continuing his education and where he will be playing his college football.
"I just left Cal and I committed to them," Crosthwaite said. "I'm extremely excited about it and Cal is definitely the best fit for me.
Crosthwaite was on the Cal campus today taking an unofficial visit and committed to Coach Jeff Tedford before he left the Cal campus.

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This is exactly the kind of recruit that has helped the Bears become one of the best programs in the Pac 10. He is technically sound at both, run and pass blocking. His high school coach, Sean Doyle said, that Crosthwaite is on par with all the best linemen he has ever coached.
The Bears win this recruiting battle over other offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado, Colorado State, Duke, Minnesota, Nebraska , San Diego State, UNLV, Utah, Wake Forest, Washington State and Fresno State.
Crosthwaite earned all-state, first-team all-league and second-team San Diego Section all-CIF for his performance on a state championship team his junior season.
Crosthwaite earned a spot on the Rivals.com preseason Rivals250 team for the class of 2010.