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JUNIOR DAY: Lealao Has Eyes Opened

Cal Elite Junior Day opens Lealao's eyes to the academic reputation of the Berkeley campus, but the Bears still have some work to do in order to supplant a longtime rival as the four-star's favorite.

One of the more high-profile attendees at California's Elite Junior Day is still a Stanford lean, but only just. While being recruited under the previous regime, Sacramento (Calif.) Capital Christian defensive lineman Nifae Lealao -- an early 2014 four-star, and the No. 6 defensive end in the nation – Lealao was not exposed to the academic bona fides of Cal nearly as much as he was the Bears...

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