BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) -- California cornerback Kameron Jackson and tight end Richard Rodgers will leave school early to enter the NFL draft.
The school confirmed the decisions by the two juniors Thursday.
Jackson played 30 games in his career at Cal, recording four interceptions and nine passes defensed.
Rodgers caught 59 passes for 896 yards and two touchdowns in 22 games the past two seasons for the Golden Bears. He came to Cal as a tight end but moved to receiver in coach Sonny Dykes' spread offense this season.