Four-star tight end Josh Falo says Cal is sending him 10 letters per day

Josh Falo from Inderkum (Sacramento) is ranked as the No. 6 tight end in the Class of 2017, and the coaches at Cal want him really badly. At least if his mailbox is any indication.

Cal fell behind in his mind over the summer, but Falo told that Cal coaches are sending him as many as 10 letters per day. The Bears have lost a number of receivers to graduation.

“They needed me,” Falo told Scout. “They’ve come back. They’ve been sending me a lot of letters, day in and day out, and I’ve been reading them — one from every coach, so more than 10 every day. I read them all when I get them.”

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Falo, who is up to 6-5, 230 pounds, was not able to make Cal’s junior day but is looking to visit soon. He feels like his versatility will help him in the Cal offense under new coordinator Jake Spavital.

“It’s close to home, it’s a great school for education, and with football, it’s perfect,” Falo said.

He has added offers from Arizona, Louisville, Washington State, Michiga and Miami just in the last three weeks.

Cal does not have any players committed for the 2017 class.

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