Offensive lineman Alanta Toussant is one of three Narbonne HS (Harbor City, Calif.) players who have been offered by San Diego State.
Toussant impressed scouts at the Nike Football Training Camp last
weekend. His teammates A.J. Richardson and Keishawn Bierria were equally impressive at the camp, which led SDSU to offering all three Narbonne players.
Toussant and his teammates are intrigued by SDSU, but they haven't come to any decisions just yet.
"We talked about San Diego State at the Nike Football camp, but we haven't really talked too much about playing together in college," said Toussant. "I want to talk to them about taking a visit, but we haven't talked about it just yet."
Toussant would like to take a group visit to SDSU with Richardson and Bierria in the near future.
Toussant sees himself solely as a tackle at the next level. To become a good tackle in college, you have to constantly improve as a player, and that's what Toussant is aiming to do.
"Next season, I want to make first team all-city, get way stronger
upper body wise and get faster," said Toussant. "I practice every day using the parachute and the sled to get faster. I stay in the weight room all the time."
Toussant is extremely serious about his work in the weight room.
"Right now, I'm 6-foot-6, 255 pounds. I'm trying to get bigger, but
not fatter," stated Toussant. "I want to be more stocky, bulky and
As for Toussant's feelings about SDSU's offer?
"It felt great to get my first offer," said Toussant. "I like that it's
close to home, but still far away enough to become my own person."
Toussant does not have any favorite schools at the moment, and SDSU is the only school that has offered him thus far.
SDSU intrigues Toussant
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