SIGNING CLASSES

Players who signed football national letters of intent with Bay Area colleges Wednesday:

CAL

Player Pos. Hometown Ht. Wt.

Hamilton Anoa'i OLB San Mateo 6-2 225 Versatile player flipped from Northwestern on the eve of signing day

Sam Atoe* S San Mateo 6-0 205 Ex-prep running back was safety at College of San Mateo; may play "nickel" for Bears

Kamryn Bennett OG Peoria, Ariz. 6-3 275 Picked Cal over Oregon State after following Bears on "The Drive" TV series

Erik Brown WR Fontana 6-1 175 Four-star prospect, who flipped to Cal from Washington, also wooed by Notre Dame, Nebraska

David Davis* DT Long Beach 6-2 295 JC signee is grandson of Pro Football Hall of Fame defensive end Willie Davis

Devante Downs* FB Mountlake Terrace, Wash. 6-3 230 Two-way prep star will get first look at running back but could play linebacker

Kennedy Emesibe DE Hesperia 6-3 275 Had offers from Arizona, Arizona State and Mississippi State

Vic Enwere RB Missouri City, Texas 6-1 213 Big back runs 4.4 for 40 yards, squats 500 pounds; brother is engineering student at MIT

Chase Forrest QB Santa Ana 6-3 180 Directed Southern California prep powerhouse Mater Dei High to 11-3 record last fall

Dominic Granado OT Huntington Beach 6-5 270 Will be given the chance to win starting RT spot with Steven Moore moved to LT

Jonathan Johnson* DE Woodland Hills 6-4 240 JC transfer expected to provide Bears with much-needed speed pass rusher

Trevor Kelly* DT San Mateo 6-3 305 With teammate Atoe, helped College of San Mateo to a 10-4 record and No. 4 state ranking

Chandler Leniu MLB Bellflower 6-1 225 One-time Washington State commit rated No. 2 middle linebacker in the West by Scout.com

John Porchivina OLB Petaluma 6-1 212 Will play defense at Cal but rushed for 301 yards in a game last fall

Luke Rubenzer QB Scottsdale, Ariz. 6-0 185 Passed for more than 4,200 yards with 61 TDs and just 3 INTs for 13-1 team

Quentin Tartabull S Mission Hills 6-0 200 Father Danny hit 262 homers in MLB, grandfather Jose originally signed with Giants in '58

Aisea Tongilava OLB Orange 6-0 210 Cal won late recruiting battle with Washington to secure one-time San Jose State commit

Michael Trani C La Mirada 6-4 285 Played tackle as prep but rated as No. 2 center prospect in West by Scout.com

Tre Watson RB Corona 5-9 185 Pushed for more than 3,400 yards with 48 TDs as senior at powerhouse Centennial

Noah Westerfield DE Frisco, Texas 6-3 210 First college game could be 2014 opener at Northwestern, where he first committed

Darius White CB Grenada, Miss. 6-1 180 Committed to Kansas State for a week in December, JC transfer gives Bears size at CB

SAN JOSE STATE

Player Pos. Hometown Ht. Wt.

Andre Chachere CB Fresno 6-0 175 Father Derrick played 5 seasons for SaberCats

Thai Cottrell ATH Oceanside 5-7 175 All-purpose star (WR/RB) had 1,734 yards, 22 TDs as senior

Ian Fieber QB Mission Viejo 6-1 195 Coached in HS by former NFL QB Rob Johnson and his father, Bob Johnson

Nautica Flemming DB Fresno 5-9 170 Two-time all-league DC at Bullard-Fresno as senior, Edison-Fresno as junior

Tre Hartley WR Milpitas 6-0 180 Had 1,369 yards, 16 TDs and 24.0 yard per catch average as senior

Limihai Hifo RB Romoland 5-11 225 Rushed for 2,103 yards, 21 TDs as senior, could also play LB

Justin Holmes WR Roseville 6-2 215 Was MVP at receiver of Oakland Nike Camp last fall

Troy Kowalski OT Glendale, Ariz. 6-5 265 Two-time team most valuable OL in high school

Rueben Leasau LB La Mesa 6-2 205 Was an all-league TE but joins SJSU on defense

Maurice McKnight DB San Bernardino 6-0 175 Ranked by Scout as No. 49 CB in country, SJSU's top HS recruit

Chad Miller S Vallejo 6-0 170 Played S and QB in high school, enters as S prospect

Charles Nelson OL San Jose 6-4 285 Third-team all-state was a Mercury News first-team All-CCS lineman

Khalil Rashaad-Brown S Carson 6-0 180 Had 80 tackles, 3 sacks, 2 forced fumbles as a senior

Owen Roberts DL Harbor City 6-2 270 12 sacks and 15 TFLs, high school teammate of Rashaad-Brown

Matt Spadaro OL Thousand Oaks 6-5 250 First-team all-league pick as a left tackle

Victor Vernon DL Chicago 6-3 275 Two-year starter at De Anza College will join team in summer

Cleveland Wallace CB San Jose 5-11 175 Oak Grove High product is a sophomore transfer from Washington

Malik Watson* QB San Jose 6-3 220 Contra Costa College transfer joins QB competition

David Williams S Los Angeles 6-1 200 An L.A. all-city selection had 60 tackles, 3 INTs

Kyle Wright* OL Alta Loma 6-7 300 Region V all-state pick has JC experience at tackle, guard and center

STANFORD

Player Pos. Hometown Ht. Wt.

Terrence Alexander CB New Orleans 5-10 180 3-star prospect picked Stanford over Notre Dame on signing day

Joey Alfieri LB Portland 6-3 230 Attended same high school (Jesuit) as ex-Cardinal FB/LB Owen Marecic

Isaiah Brandt-Sims QB/WR Wenatchee, Wash. 5-11 180 Versatile athlete who played running back in high school

Jesse Burkett OG/OT St. Augustine, Fla. 6-4 305 Reportedly had a scholarship offer from national champ Florida State

Keller Chryst QB Palo Alto 6-5 228 Highest-rated quarterback to sign with Stanford since Andrew Luck in '08

Denzel Franklin S Smyrna, Ga. 6-0 195 Latest in pipeline from Atlanta area (includes David Yankey and Henry Anderson)

Reilly Gibbons OT Clearwater, Fla. 6-6 302 Rated as the No. 15 tackle prospect nationally by ESPN

A.T. Hall G Phoenix 6-5 295 Full name: Austin Todd Hall. Son of former 49er Travis Hall (2005 season)

Alijah Holder CB Oceanside 6-2 170 One of five defensive backs in '14 class. Unit was highest priority

Christian McCaffrey RB Castle Rock, Colo. 6-0 200 Son of former Stanford and Denver Broncos WR Ed McCaffrey.

Daniel Marx FB Trabuco Canyon 6-2 240 Never heard of his hometown? It's next to Mission Viejo

Alameen Murphy CB Fort Washington, Md. 5-11 180 Washington, D.C., suburbs becoming fertile ground for Cardinal

Bobby Okereke ILB Santa Ana 6-3 215 Reportedly had scholarship offers from Oregon, Cal and USC

Jordan Perez LB Carlsbad 6-2 210 Unless he adds 30 pounds of muscle, will likely play on the outside

Harrison Phillips DE Omaha, Neb. 6-4 258 State player of the year. Yes, he had an offer from Nebraska

Dalton Schultz TE South Jordan, Utah 6-6 240 Rated No. 1 tight end nationally by ESPN and Scout, No. 3 by Rivals

Brandon Simmons S Mansfield, Texas 6-0 180 The state's District 5A defensive player of the year

Solomon Thomas DE Coppell, Texas 6-3 255 Top-rated Stanford signee ever from Lone Star State

Casey Tucker OT Gilbert, Ariz. 6-6 295 Grew up a few miles from starting left tackle Andrus Peat (Chandler)

Lane Veach OLB Chandler, Ariz. 6-6 235 Needs to bulk up but has potential to be the sleeper of the class

* -- JC transfers/mid-year enrollees