The Contra Costa Times reported tonight that Tight End / Defensive End / Linebacker Travis Raciti of College Park High School in Pleasant Hill, Calif. gave his verbal commitment to San Jose State Head Coach Mike MacIntyre on Sunday.
Raciti (6-4 / 255) was a two-way starter for the College Park Falcons for the past three seasons. He was named Co-MVP of the Diablo Valley Athletic League this past season, and was also named 2nd Team All-Metro by the San Francisco Chronicle as a tight end, and 2nd Team All East Bay as a linbacker by the Oakland Tribune.
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