Former grad and standout quarterback committed to Cal his junior year. In fact, he was so from San Ramon Valley and started taking classes this winter.
He'll be entering his first spring practices with the Golden Bears as a four-star recruit. And though there is a lot of buzz behind the big-armed QB, Cal coach Jeff Tedford wants to minimize the pressure of expectations and keep the youngster focused.
Kline will enter his first spring practice far down on the depth chart as coach Jeff Tedford says he is worried about unrealistic expectations for the heralded freshman.
"I absolutely have concern about that,'' Tedford said Monday. "There's such a thing of putting too much on a kid early. I want him to come in here and be able concentrate on what he's doing and learn the offense and do his best without all the expectations.''
Read the entire piece from SI.com here.
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