Marin Catholic offensive lineman Kai Peterson-Davison introduced over the weekend that he has verbally dedicated to San Jose State.
— Kai Peterson-Davison (@KaiPeterson58) November 8, 2020
Listed at 6-foot, 2-inches tall and 267-pounds, Peterson-Davison was a first-team all-MCAL offensive lineman as a junior final season for the Wildcats and is rated as a three-star prospect by 247sports.com.
“I felt that San Jose State was an excellent match for me,” Peterson-Davison told 247sports.com shortly after saying his dedication on Sunday. “I had constructed an excellent relationship with the coaches there, particularly on the road. COVID performed a small function. It made me really feel like staying nearer to house was extra essential than it was prior to now.”
The Spartans, who even have one other former MC standout on their offensive line in Jack Snyder, are at present 3-0 for the primary time since 1982.
“It’s an excellent match, couldn’t be extra excited for him,” Marin Catholic head coach Mazi Moayed mentioned. “Kai had his standards and combed by way of all the things and had an excellent relationship with coach Ogelsby, the road coach at San Jose. He had academy alternatives at Navy and Air Pressure, in addition to another spots, however (SJSU) was what he felt was the perfect match for him.”
The California Group School Athletic Affiliation (CCCAA) released new guidance on Friday which put into place the framework for a return to play within the spring.
The CCCAA additionally authorised giving a waiver to any athletes who competes this season, permitting them to protect a full yr of their eligibility.
The all-sports-in-spring plan would see the primary half of competitors — that includes basketball, soccer, girls’s volleyball and water polo, amongst others — would start play on Feb. 5.
The latter half — together with baseball, softball, tennis and males’s golf — would begin enjoying on April 10.
“After prolonged dialogue, the Board of Administrators reaffirmed following the Contingency Plan whereas additionally expressing that the plan is simply a framework and remaining choices to take part in competitors shall be left to establishments in session with their native well being authorities,” the CCCAA mentioned in an announcement. “The Board additionally requested the COVID-19 Work Group decide opt-in/opt-out dates for faculties to point participation for the spring whereas understanding that extenuating circumstances could come up that will lead establishments to decide out at a later date.”
School of Marin athletic director Ryan Byrne mentioned he anticipated the convention CEOs to set an decide in/decide out shortly after Thanksgiving.
“The provision, accuracy, implementation and price of testing would be the figuring out issue for nearly everybody at this level,” Byrne mentioned. “That’s what we’re taking a look at proper now.
“We’re making an attempt to see what testing we are able to get entry to when it comes to PCR (Polymerase chain response) and antigen testing as prescribed by the NCAA. … Then additionally it’s what the price of that’s going to be then, frankly, making use of that to our schedules and seeing if we now have to check 48 hours earlier than each single recreation, what’s that price going to be?”