Cal Football: Bears Get Commitment From Hawaiian LB Muelu Iosefa

Jake Curtis

Muelu Iosefa, an outside linebacker from Mililani, Oahu, Hawaii, announced on Twitter Tuesday that he has committed to Cal for the class of 2020.

The 6-foot-3, 212-pound Iosefa chose Cal after getting scholarship offers from USC, Nebraska, Oregon, Arizona, Utah, BYU and Oregon State, according to

He is three-star recruit who ranked just outside the nation’s top 1,000 recruits in the class of 2020 by 247Sports, and is rated the nation’s 43rd-best outside linebacker recruit by, which also ranked him the fourth-best recruit in the state of Hawaii.

He made an official visit to Cal over the weekend.

The Golden Bear Report story on Iosefa’s commitment notes that he has some flexibility, with the ability to play off the edge as well as in space.

Iosefa is the eighth player from the class of 2020 to commit to Cal, whose recruiting class is ranked 34th in the country by and 36th by 247Sports.

Cal had two other player commitments the past few days – wide receiver Tommy Christakos and quarterback Zach Johnson.

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