On June 23, 2014, Evan Rambo, a 6-foot-3, 185-pound athlete football recruit from La Salle High School, verbally committed to play for San Diego State in 2015. However, Rambo recently received news that might lead to him revoking his commitment.
According to 247sports.com, the Cal Golden Bears offered Rambo a scholarship on August 14. And 247sports.com also conducted an expert poll to determine where Rambo will most likely commit. The site asked three experts: Demetric Warren, the director of scouting and recruiting at varsitypreps.com; Bodie DeSilva, a publisher for SanDiegoPreps.com; J.C. Shurburtt, a national analyst for 247sports.com. All three believe that Rambo will decommit from SDSU and play for Cal in 2015.
After receiving his offer, Rambo discussed his situation with Scout.com's Greg Biggins. Rambo told Biggins that both SDSU and Cal have recruited him as an athlete--which he wants. But Rambo obviously seems excited about the Pac-12 offer.
"This is a big offer and I have a lot of interest ... Cal has a great combination of academics and athletics and that's what I'm looking for so I like them a lot," Rambo said to Biggins.
Rambo did, however, still appear interested in SDSU.
"I liked SDSU a lot, it's a beautiful place," he said. "Tony White is the coach recruiting me and he's a great guy."
Rambo also told Biggins that the Pac-12's Washington State has also shown interest in him, and that he has "high interest" in them, as well.