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Beyond the Commitment: Quentin Tartabull

California defensive back commit Quentin Tartabull talks about his famous family roots, switching from baseball to football and his day on the Berkeley campus in this edition of Beyond the Commitment.

BERKELEY -- If, when you saw the name Quentin Tartabull flash across your commitment feed, and that name seemed familiar, there's a good reason: California's newest safety commit is the son of former Major League slugger Danny Tartabull, and the grandson of Jose Tartabull, who played in the majors from 1962 through 1970. Tartabull – a hard-hitting, speedy defensive back born the year before his... Recommended Stories

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