Local recruit Aaron Mosby out of Sanger High School became the most recent Fresno State commit from the Central Valley on Sunday. Mosby kept in contact with both the previous and current coaching staffs and he took unofficial visits to Fresno State games over the 2016 season, but it was not until last week that he landed the scholarship offer. Mosby officially visited the Bulldogs and gave his commitment to the local school. The 6-foot-3 athlete was one of the standouts throughout Sanger High School's state playoff run this season, playing both wide receiver and defensive back.
T.J. Mauga is the younger brother of former Nevada star and current Kansas City Chief Josh Mauga.
T.J. was reportedly offered by the Wolf Pack, as well as Louisville, Hawaii, Colorado State and UNLV. Fresno State's coaching staff made Mauga one of their top priorities by visiting him in Nevada and they landed his commitment after hosting him on campus this weekend.
Fresno State's 2017 recruiting focus is largely on California, but this weekend they hosted a two-way athlete out of Louisiana. Damien DeGruy plays tight end on offense and can play defensive end or outside linebacker on defense. DeGruy holds at least 14 scholarship offers, including Memphis, SMU, Southern Miss and Tulane.
"I could play a standup defensive end or outside linebacker,” Degruy previously told Scout.com. “I thought that was great that’s something I like to do.”
Stay tuned to BarkBoard.com for more updates on Fresno State's recruiting developments.