All 20 Commits are Signed, Plus One
In one of the more exciting, and informative, recruiting seasons for San Jose State fans, it's now official. The SJSU Athletic Department has confirmed and posted the signed National Letters of Intent from the remaining 17 high school players who had verbally committed to SJSU throughout the year, along with one who enrolled in January. Two JC players, Ryan Harper and David Fales, already signed.
It is not surprising that there is a surprise in this class. Safety Eric Finefeuiaki of Diablo Valley College in Pleasant Hill, Calif., has committed to San Jose State, though no official announcement has been reported by the SJSU AD. Finefeuiaki's coach, Mike Darr, confirmed with Inside Sparta that his star safety did, in fact pledge to SJSU and will join the team in the summer.
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