The physical interior lineman from Scottsdale (Ariz.) Saguaro announced for the Broncos shortly after his official visit to campus and told Scout.com the program was the perfect fit and an opportunity he just couldn't pass up.
"I liked the offer ever since I got it and once I got up there on my visit, I realized it was a really good fit for me," Seawards said. "I really like coach (Scott) Huff and coach (Bryan) Harsin, and I really liked all the players, too. That was a big thing for me.
"Austin Dixon was my host, he graduated from Corona del Sol last year. I was looking to see how close all the guys are and they're all real good friends. They're nice to each other and care about each other. That was important to me and it was a brotherhood up there."
After an offseason switch to offensive guard and rebounding from an appendectomy last spring, Seawards put together a solid senior film and drew a good amount of recruiting interest.
"The coaches see me playing inside, probably trying me out at center to start but likely at guard," Seawards said. "They're going to see how it goes. I'll probably redshirt my freshman year, but they needed guards and it was a really good fit and I liked everyone up there."
Seawards, a three-star prospect, had scheduled an official visit to UCLA for the final weekend of this month but said he probably would not take that trip anymore. His teammate at Saguaro, three-star offensive tackle Jax Wacaser, is committed to the Bruins. The Broncos are scheduled to swing through Arizona some time this week for an in-home meeting with Seawards, who became the fifth offensive lineman to commit to Boise State in this class.