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Westerfield Talks Decommitment, Official

Westerfield Talks Decommitment, Official

Noah Westerfield opens up about the process of decommitting from Northwestern, his decision to trip to Cal and his relationship with one Golden Bears coach in particular, which helped him feel comfortable enough to trip.

Noah Westerfield struggled for months with his decision to come visit California, officially. It wasn't that he didn't want to come out to see Berkeley; he had a threat hanging over his head. Westerfield had been committed to Northwestern for nearly half a year, and the Wildcats have a standing policy of not allowing any commits to take official visits to other schools. Two weeks ago, Westerfield... Recommended Stories

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