Florida rallied from a 16-3 halftime deficit to win 24-22 late Friday night.
Darity, who started at guard but can also play tackle, enjoyed the game despite the rainy ande cold conditions.
A dozen players from the Big Bend area made the all-star team, which was coached by Lincoln High head coach David Wilson.
Florida's defense helped save the day, nabbing five interceptions.
"I thought we came together pretty good," Darity said Sunday.
"Our scheme was pretty basic, some zone blocking, things like that. California's defensive line was very tough, strong and fast. That's what you would expect."
Darity, who is qualified academically and would like to study math or a math-related subject in college, has been quiet about the recruiting process.
However, that doesn't mean he hasn't enjoyed the experience.
"It has been fun getting to meet and talk with different players and coaches from around the country," said Darity, who is yes-sir, no-sir polite.
"In fact, I knew one of the California players from the trip (to Nebraska)."
Darity says he does not have a leader and wants to make his visits before making a decision.
"I am looking at academics, the (football) tradition and where I would fit into the program," Darity said.
"You want to get a feel for the (school) and the people there."
"It makes it easier in terms of who you can talk to and who you can trust," Darity said.