Trevon Clark, Gavin Reinwald plan to part ways with Cal football

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On Wednesday night, two Bears who helped lead Cal football’s offensive unit in the fall 2021 season announced their intention to leave.

The first came from tight end Gavin Reinwald, who decided to enter the transfer portal as a graduate transfer. Reinwald has played 40 total games and accumulated 315 receiving yards for the blue and gold since 2017. This announcement came just two days after star running back Christopher Brooks also revealed his intention to enter the transfer portal as a graduate transfer.

The second came from wide receiver Trevon Clark, who plans on declaring for the 2022 NFL draft. Clark was one of the star offensive weapons for Cal this season after leading the team with 658 receiving yards, four touchdown receptions and an average of 20.8 yards per catch that ranked first in the Pac-12. Perhaps the fifth-year senior’s most notable collegiate play came Nov. 20 against Stanford, in which Clark connected with a toss from redshirt senior quarterback Chase Garbers for 84 yards –– the longest pass play in Big Game history.

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