Over the weekend's Texas 7-on-7 State Tournament, College Station (Texas) cornerback Rajah Preciado said that a commitment decision could be close.
He wasn't exaggerating.
On Monday, the 5-foot-9, 180-pound cornerback committed to Baylor, per College Station assistant coach Kyle Walsh.
"Coaches," he said at the tournament about what he was looking at in making his decision. "The place and the town don't really matter me. I want to see what the school can offer me and what I can do with the education I get at the school."
Preciado also held offers from programs including Fresno State, Tulsa, New Mexico, and North Texas, and said the recruiting process has been "awesome ." "Finally being recognized," he named as the highlight of the process. "You work for something for so long, and you are finally recognized, and it feels great."
Preciado said that over the past few months, he's been focused on his technique and is eager to step up as a leader in his senior season with Cougars.
"Hopefully we can offer leadership to the team," he said.