The whirlwind is over for Sean Seawards.
Less than two weeks ago, the three-star offensive guard from Scottsdale (Ariz.) Saguaro visited Boise State and committed to the Broncos promptly thereafter. Then UCLA jumped into the chase with a scholarship offer and he visited the Bruins this past weekend, announcing his decision to back off the commitment to Boise State immediately after the trip to Los Angeles.
Then, less than 24 hours later, Seawards received an offer from hometown Arizona State and sources told Scout.com the Sun Devils gave him plenty to think about leading up to National Signing Day.
The fast-rising, 6-foot-3, 320-pound lineman ended the suspense Tuesday afternoon, announcing his commitment to UCLA.
Seawards became the second offensive lineman from Saguaro to join UCLA's class to go along with three-star offensive tackle Jax Wacaser. The battle became an important one for the Bruins after losing longtime commit Jaxson Kirkland to Washington recently.
"I liked it out there a lot. It was a nice campus and I got along with the players," Seawards told Scout.com over the weekend. "I really like the coaches and the new offensive line coach (Hank) Fraley, he's a really good guy. He told me he sees me as a guard and he can't wait to get me some snaps.
"I wasn't looking for anything out there in particular. I just wanted to get there and feel it out and it was good."