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January 31, 2012 at 2:30 PM

Lakes WR Cedric Dozier sticks with Cal

Lakes receiver Cedric Dozier announced Tuesday he will play college football at California.

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One day after teammate Zach Banner revealed his decision to play at USC, Dozier stood on the same stage and said he would stick with the Golden Bears. He gave a long and emotional speech, thanking all the people who have had an impact on his life.

One of five Seattle Times Blue Chip recruits, Dozier faced a tough decision once Cal coaches Tosh Lupoi and Eric Kiesau left the Golden Bears to join Washington’s staff.

He recently went on a visit to Pullman, then decided to pass on an official visit to Washington last weekend. After taking time to weigh his options, the U.S. Army All-American decided the first fit was the best fit.

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