One of the most dynamic athletes in the El Paso area and arguably the state has made his college decision. El Paso El Dorado quarterback Cedarious Barfield announced on Saturday night that he was committing to San Diego State.
GOD has lead me to this decision🙏🏾 pic.twitter.com/ghbDnaSQZv
— Cedarious Barfield🎈 (@ced_canscore) June 25, 2017
The three-star prospect chose SDSU over offers from UTEP, Southern Miss, New Mexico, and New Mexico State among others.
The dual-threat quarterback was a top playmaker for the Aztecs in 2016, finishing with over 4600 total yards and 55 touchdowns during his junior season earning the District 1-6A MVP and was a second team 6A all-state selection by the Associated Press.
Barfield has tremendous speed which will serve him well at the next level. There is a possibility that the current quarterback will move over to the secondary as a defensive back at the next level.
He becomes the first commitment in the Class of 2018 for the San Diego State Aztecs. As for the current Aztecs, Barfield figures to be a key piece for head coach Ruben Torres as El Dorado looks to win the District 1-6A title outright after sharing it with Montwood and Americas last season.
El Dorado opens their season on August 31 against El Paso Eastlake.
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