The Scouting Guru reports that Glendora QB Chad Jeffries commits to San Diego State, where he will join Charter Oak’s Adam Muema

Aram Tolegian has more on Jeffries’ signing on “In the Huddle,” including a Q&A with the soon-to-be Aztecs quarterback.
Aram: What if my theory comes true — you guys beat Charter Oak and Notre Dame makes an offer. Will you change your mind?
Chad Jeffries: No. I’m pretty sure about this commitment.

Scouting Guru writes: Glendora High School quarterback Chad Jeffries has officially ended his recruiting by announcing (Monday) evening that he has committed to San Diego St. Jeffries, a first-time all-CIF quarterback in the Central Division, chose San Diego State over Oregon St, Utah and UTEP. “This is a dream that has come true,” Jeffries said. “I felt that this was the perfect fit for me and I feel that I really have a chance to compete for the starting position when I arrive at SDSU.” To continue click thread

Jeffries said. Jeffries’ stats last season were as follows: 116-213, 1692 yards and seven touchdowns. He also rushed for three additional touchdowns. ” I want to thank my head coach Mark Pasquerella, my quarterback coaches Chris Rix and Ryan O’Hara and most importantly, my dad (Mark) and my mother (Nancy). They have been with me through everything and their help and guidance has help me get through this process.” Jeffries’ first offer was from San Diego State during one of their summer camps. He also camped at Oregon State and Washington. “The fact that I can play close to home was one of the major factors in my commitment to the Aztecs, “Jeffries said. “I want to thank all the coaches from the other schools that espressed interest in me playing for their school. This is it for me, the recruiting process is over and now I can concentrate on having a great senior season and leading the Tartans to future successes on the field.”

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  • socalfootball fan

    Utah had already received a commitment from Vista Murrieta’s QB Derrick Brown who is 6’3″ 230 lbs and a rising senior. I doubt that Jeffries would have chosen SDSU over Utah which is now a pac 10 team and a better program.

  • CJ is a great kid

    Having seen this kid play up close he’s a remarkable talent. Being a QB is about so much more than throwing the ball and having the footwork down. It’s about leadership, courage and the ability to face down defenses that want to kill you. The best QBs are resilient, hard charging and as demanding of themselves as they are of others, they lead by example is what I’m saying. That’s why I don’t respect an egomaniac like Farve. Too much me and not enough “us”.

    Having said that I’ve seen the Qbs Jeffries will compete against and they’re no joke. The best one, Bernard, redshirted last year and is 6’5″ and has excellent credentials. So obviously Jeffries has confidence, I’ve always liked that about him.

    One last point. Nice to hear CJ give credit to Coach P who has quietly put together one of the most under appreciated programs in the valley. Same goes for Rix who continues to quietly develop Qbs with much less fanfare.

  • King Stud

    SDSU has always been known as a passing school so he should fit in well. Also former NFL MVP QB Brian Sipe is the QB coach there so he will get great teaching. Best of luck Chad.

  • Well, all things considered…