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Darren Ervin

Houston (Tex.) Lamar athlete Darren Ervin did his research heading into last weekend's Cal Junior Day. The Bears had what he wanted: the right offense, the right environment and the right major. When head coach Jeff Tedford made the offer on Saturday, Ervin didn't have to think twice. Now, Tedford just needs to figure out where to play him, Wildcat, perhaps…

Darren Ervin (5-11, 195) can do it all on offense. Whether running, receiving or throwing, he has the ability to play multiple positions at the next level. After competing in the U.S. Army All-American Combine in San Antonio in early January, Ervin's recruitment started to pick up. He received invites to junior days at Houston and LSU, but it wasn't until Cal linebacker coach Kenwick...

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