In the span of just a few weeks, Damariay Drew has committed to Cal, de-committed from the Golden Bears and, finally, made another pledge to the Pac-12 program and promised he's finished with recruiting.
The three-star prospect from Livermore, Calif., said he had an in-home visit with Cal coach Jeff Tedford on Sunday, that things went well and he was confident he was making the right decision by picking the Golden Bears again.
"I just felt it was the right fit," Drew said. "Coach Tedford was over (Sunday) night and the meeting went good."
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Drew, who also lists an offer from Nevada, had taken a trip to Washington and was trying to re-schedule a trip with Oregon for this weekend but decided against any other trips to rival schools. The Huskies reportedly offered once he arrived on campus as well.
The three-star prospect plans to take his official visit to Cal this weekend, his final trip, and then sign with the Golden Bears in less than two weeks.
Drew's reasoning in the first place to de-commit from Cal so soon after his pledge was that he wanted to make sure he wasn't missing out on a better fit.
Following his meeting with Tedford on Sunday night, the Livermore standout said he's confident he found the right place.
Drew rushed for 1,291 yards and 17 touchdowns on 157 carries in his senior season. He also recorded a team-high 79 tackles, registered three sacks and had one interception. The three-star averaged almost 28 yards per kick return.
Schools are recruiting Drew as an athlete since he can play both offense and defense and also contribute on special teams.