Talked to Serrano defensive end Everett Beed this morning, as he was one of the San Bernardino county all-stars present at this morning’s media day. During the conversation, Beed confirmed that him and teammate Dionza Bradford committed to San Diego State after an official visit to the school two weekends ago.
“We’re committed,” Beed said. “Dionza is all San Diego State. We really liked what they had and we liked that there are going to be four High Desert guys there.”
Bradford and Beed join Hesperia WR Jay Waddell and Granite Hills TE Bryce Quigley as Aztec commits. They both initially committed to UNLV but decommitted after the Rebels’ coach, Mike Sanford, was fired in late November.
Beed did leave the door open for a future change, as he indicated that he is taking an official visit to Arizona within the next month. However, he reiterated that it would take a lot for the Wildcats to sway him.
“I want to see what Arizona has to offer,” Beed said. “But San Diego State is a great place and I’m committed to them.”