Desoto (Tex.) OG/C Sergio Phillips visited San Diego State on Monday afternoon.
"The visit was great," Phillips said. "They showed me around the campus. Show me everything, academics, playing facility, everything I needed." I love it. Weather is so great out here.
While on the visit the 6-foot-3 and 300-pound lineman committed to be an Aztec.
"I just felt like I was ready," Phillips said. "Felt like I needed to get the process over with. I saw everything I needed to see. I felt like I could bond with the coaches. Felt great."
"They had my major [criminal justice], played a big part in my decision. I came to school to play for my academics."
The three-star prospect was in Rocky Long's office when he broke the news to the SDSU coaches.
"Their reaction was they couldn't believe it," Phillips said. "They were jumping up for joy."
What is the plan for the future Aztec?
"They are going to bring me in as a guard but I possibly could play center," Phillip said.
"They have senior lineman leaving so I definitely should be getting some playing time. That's the most important for me as I'm trying to fulfill my goal of making it to the NFL."
Aztecs are solidifying the offensive line this offseason as Phillips becomes the third OL commit, joining Braxton Isaac and Antonio Rosales.
Running Back coach Jeff Horton continued his recent recruiting success as he led the way in landing Phillips.
As for what the 50th guard in the nation will bring to the Mesa?
"A hardworking player that won't let down the team," Phillips said. "I wont let anything distract me before I come up here to San Diego State."
Phillips tweeted out Sunday that he would make his decision on Friday between New Mexico, New Mexico State, Memphis and SDSU. While that plan went out the window when he stepped on campus today, don't expect his college decision to change.
"I'm 100% an Aztec right now," Phillip said.
Phillips commits while on his visit to SDSU
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