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Top 10 uncommitted 2024 California football recruits; Where they plan to take official visits

Six of the 10 all attend national juggernaut Mater Dei-Santa Ana, which figures to be the top preseason ranked team in the country to start 2023

We're closing in on the middle of June. In the old days, incoming seniors would just start getting their football recruiting lists in order. 

These days, 28 of the top 100 California recruits from the Class of 2024, according to 247Sports, have already committed to their colleges. The ratio is even higher among the top 20 recruits as eight have already picked their schools. 

Here are the top 10 California recruits who have yet to commit to a college program, with more than half of them attending surely what will be the top-ranked high school team in the state — if not the nation — Mater Dei of Santa Ana. 

The list also includes visits they've made and where they plan to make, many this week.

State ranking (247Sports), position, name, high school, size, stars

1. DL Aydin Breland, Mater Dei-Santa Ana, 6-5, 290, 5 stars

He's got 25 offers thus far to choose from. Georgia, Miami, Oregon, Texas A&M and Colorado at the top of his lists. He's visited Miami and Texas A&M. Scheduled for Georgia on Friday. 

2. OT Brandon Baker, Mater Dei, 6-5, 285, 5 stars

Baker has Breland beat by two with 27 offers. He's made one trip to Ohio State and got one schedule for Texas on Thursday and Georgia on June 23. Miami and Michigan also on his short list. 

3. QB Elijah Brown, Mater Dei, 6-2, 200, 4 stars

The fourth-year starter is up to 16 offers with visits already to UCLA (May 5) and Stanford (June 2). He appears to be leaning toward these two. Don't count out Alabama. 

Elijah Brown appears to be leaning toward Stanford or UCLA. Photo: Heston Quan

Elijah Brown appears to be leaning toward Stanford or UCLA. Photo: Heston Quan

5. CB Zabien Brown, Mater Dei, 6-0, 180, 4 stars

The swift and athletic defensive back has one trip taken and three more planned, all to likely top 10 preseason ranked teams. He started at USC on June 2 and has other planned for Ohio State (Friday) followed by Alabama (June 24) and Oregon (July 1).

Zabien Brown signals another Mater Dei victory. Photo: Heston Quan. 

Zabien Brown signals another Mater Dei victory. Photo: Heston Quan. 

6. CB Marcelles Williams, St. John Bosco, 5-11, 185, 4 stars

Williams has a whopping 33 offers already. He's taken trips to UCLA (May 5) and Oklahoma (June 9) and has won planned Friday for USC. His brother Max (USC) and Macen (Arizona State) also play in the Pac-12. 

7. OL De Andre Carter, Mater Dei, 6-4, 340, 4 stars

Carter likely won't commit for a bit. He's got a visit planned at Texas on Sept. 23. In the near future, he has trip planned for Auburn on Friday and Michigan State on June 23. He has 28 offers overall.

10. LB Kyngstonn Viliamu-Asa, St. John Bosco, 6-3, 230, 4 stars

The big and fast linebacker visited USC last week and has more trips coming this month to Notre Dame (Friday) and Ohio State on June 23. He has 23 offers. 

Kyngstonn Viliamu-Asa (27), St. John Bosco. Photo: Heston Quan

Kyngstonn Viliamu-Asa (27), St. John Bosco. Photo: Heston Quan

11. WR Ryan Pellum, Millikan-Long Beach, 5-11, 170, 4 stars

A game-breaker with elite speed, Pellum has a remarkable 42 offers, but plans to start his visits on the West Coast, at USC on Friday and Oregon June 23. He's also being recruited as a defender. 

12. DL Jericho Johnson, Armijo-Fairfield, 6-4, 300, 4 stars

The lone Northern Californian on the list, Johnson will visit Miami on Friday before heading to the University of Washington the following week. He has 18 other offers, including Alabama, Arkansas and Michigan. 

16. RB Nate Frazier, Mater Dei, 5-11, 208, 4 stars

With 24 offers overall, the speedy (10.58 100 meters) tailback will visit Oregon on Friday and Alabama the following Friday on June 23. Georgia is another likely landing spot. 

Nathaniel Frazier

Nate Frazier (6) after scoring a touchdown in a regular-season win over St. John Bosco last season.