Bothell quarterback Ross Bowers signed a financial aid agreement with California and will enroll in mid-January, Bears coach Sonny Dykes announced Thursday.
Bowers, a 6-foot-1, 175-pound four-star recruit, verbally committed to California in July. He also held offers from Colorado, Colorado State, James Madison, Montana and Wake Forest. The top-rated quarterback in the state is 53 for 85 for 720 yards, eight touchdowns and two interceptions this season in leading No. 1 Bothell to a 3-0 start.
“We are excited to have Ross join the Cal football program,” Dykes said in a release. “He’s exactly what we are looking for in a quarterback. He has shown great leadership and does all the things we want a quarterback to do. We’re excited about his future and what he will bring to our program. We’re also excited that he will join our team in January and be able to start learning the offense and get into the mix at the quarterback position.”
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