Tucson High hasn't exactly been a hotbed for division-one talent but after I watched and evaluated their offensive tackle Antonio Rosales, I knew that head coach Justin Argraves would have his fair share of recruiters stop by to see the big man.
On film, Rosales is long (6-5 250) and plays extremely hard. He plays through the whistle, is a finisher and shows good feet and athletic ability. All keys to what D1 coaches are looking for in an offensive line prospect.
Argraves informed FoxSportsNext that Rosales has made his verbal commitment,. He says via email "Antonio committed to San Diego State."
San Jose State, UNLV and NAU also expressed interest in Rosales.
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