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Schwartz Checks Out the Bears

Schwartz Checks Out the Bears

A few days after receiving their second offensive line commitment in 2006, another big target visited Berkeley last weekend to see the Bears' exciting overtime win over the University of Washington.

6-5/300 Palisades (CA) High School offensive guard Mitchell Schwartz made his first official visit of the season, making the trip up from Southern California to see the Bears run their 2006 winning streak to 7 games in their victory over the Huskies. Schwartz spoke highly of the Bears after returning home from his visit. "The school is so balanced athletically and academically," said Schwartz...

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