Cal Football: Arizona Wide Receiver Tommy Christakos Commits to Cal for 2020

Check out some of his amazing catches on the video in this story about Bears' latest commitment

Tommy Christakos, a wide receiver from Chaparral High School in Scottsdale, Ariz., announced on Twitter Sunday that he has committed to Cal for 2020.

He had an official visit to Berkeley over the weekend.

The 6-foot-4, 214-pound Christakos is a three-star recruit who is the 150th-ranked wide receiver prospect in the class of 2020, according to 247Sports, and the 858th-ranked prospect in the class overall. Rivals.com ranks him as the 81st-best wide receiver prospect in the class.

He had scholarship offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Arkansas, Michigan State, Nebraska, Colorado, Iowa State, Kansas State and Memphis, among others, according to 247Sports.

Here is some game action of Christakos making some amazing catches:

"First and foremost I would like to thank each and every school that has believed in me and given me the opportunity to play at their school," Christakos said on Twitter. "I also would like to thank the many coaches and trainers that have guided me to be the player and person I am today, without them none of this would be possible. To my teammates, thanks for always being there through the highs and lows. Lastly, to my family for always supporting me and giving me the unconditional love to guide me through this process. That being said, I am 110 percent committed to my dream school, the University of California, Berkeley."

Christakos had 54 receptions for 1,221 yards and 12 touchdowns in 11 games as a junior last season.

More video of Christakos

He is Cal’s sixth commitment for the class of 2020, joining Isaiah Young, Casey Filkins, Everett Johnson, Andy Alfieri and Jeremiah Hunter.

It is still early in the recruiting season, but Rivals.com ranks Cal’s 2020 recruiting class as the 34th-best recruiting class for 2020, while 247Sports also has Cal at No. 34

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