We go in-depth with Roger Moute a Bidias as to why he chose to commit to the California basketball…
Moute a Bidias Commits to Cal
"It was a long phone call," Moute a Bidias said, "but he asked if I committed to that school I was visiting, and I said, ‘Yeah, I think I'm going to.'"
And, with that, Moute a Bidias decided that he was indeed going to commit to the Golden Bears, calling the staff on Saturday around noon to tell them the good news.
"I am officially committed to Cal," Moute a Bidias told Cal Sports Digest shortly after he pulled the trigger. "I'm officially a Golden Bear. I just went with my heart. When I visited the school, I saw that that was the place where I would belong. When I played with the guys, I felt like those were the guys who I would like to be around and play with."
Stay tuned for more from Moute a Bidias as we go Beyond the Commitment!
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