Cal earns commitment from former Montana State tackle TJ Session
Cal added some depth to its offensive line Sunday with a transfer commitment from former Montana State offensive tackle TJ Session.
The 6-foot-4, 295-pound tackle took a redshirt year in 2019, his first with the Bobcats. Because of COVID, Montana State did not play the following season. Session started the first 10 games of the 2021 campaign before a knee injury forced him to miss the next four. He returned in time to help the Bobcats against North Dakota State in the FCS title game. He’ll have three seasons to play for the Golden Bears.
After a great visit to the University of California Berkeley I have decided to further my education and officially commit to @CalFootball pic.twitter.com/knt4HktmuT
— T (@Itz_tj_doe) May 8, 2022
Session played his high school ball in California, where he was a first-team all-league and all-area selection at Vista Murrieta High School. He entered the portal on April 26 and picked up Pac-12 offers from Arizona State and Oregon State as well as Cal.
With the Golden Bears, Session will look to compete for first-team snaps within an inexperienced offensive line group. Valentino Daltoso and Will Craig both need replacing at tackle. Ben Coleman and Brayden Rohme took reps at tackle during the spring, but if Session can win a job, Coleman can slide back inside to guard.