Bill Musgrave takes the stand alone after losing a QB to transfer.
To me, Crawford, Remigio and Clark are mostly possession receivers that don't stretch the field very often. I wonder how Musgrave is going to prevent defenses from cheating up to the line of scrimmage to stop the run in his pro style, run first offense. I don't believe that any true freshman is going to make a huge difference in that regard. They rarely do.
Is it just me or does Musgrave give some of the best interviews. He is so mellow, and old school, and seems to give more detail if asked for it. I think if the reporters were to ask him better scheme questions, he would happily bring out a white board and diagram things! Not to give away what Cal plans to do, but just explaining some of the finer points of football.
Btw, we have a 4* coming in next fall, Kai Milner, and another 4* QB committed for 2022, Justyn Martin. I think we are looking good at QB. CAL is going to start facing the same problems as other schools with top talent: kids want to be on a winning bowl bound team but they also want to play sooner than later. Teams with loads of talent often lose top players to transfer because of the number of other top players in their position on the roster.
Good that the run game will be improved - more gap attack, pitch-outs, and so forth.