High profile prospects set to visit SDSU in June

Four of the graphics the four prospects released on social media

Four high profile recruits will visit SDSU in June. (Credit: SDSU Athletics)

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Classic cars in Snapdragon Stadium as part of an official visit weekend in December. (Credt: X.com @rubenpena_2)

Anyone who has ever vacationed to a new place always imagines what it would be like if they lived there, especially if it’s a world-class city like San Diego.

When high school seniors are taking their official visit to San Diego State, it’s hard to imagine the same thought doesn’t cross their minds, considering that’s the reason for their trips.

Throughout most of the year, potential future Aztecs come to America’s Finest City to meet the coaches and players and tour the facilities that SDSU offers. A taste of what those official visits are like has been seen on social media.

Players like QB Danny O’Neil have posted photos with red and black sports cars on the field of Snapdragon Stadium. Recent quarterback commit JP Mialovski put out a photo taken at one of the finest restaurants in the city, Island Prime, which is situated right on the water with a great view of the San Diego skyline.

In June, the SDSU campus and the city of San Diego will host multiple recruits for official visits. The coaches will have a chance to show them around to entice them to make this their home for the next four years of their football careers.

Four of the players visiting in the coming weeks are listed below.


Player: Jeremiah Stallworth, Offensive Line

Rank: 3 Stars, Class of 2025

Position Need: High

Jeremiah Stallworth (Credit: X.com @JJ_Stallworth07)

Bio: Stallworth, standing at 6-foot-6 and weighing 315 pounds, plays offensive line for Palo Alto High School. Although his main position is tackle, he plays both ways, contributing on defense as a defensive tackle. He also throws discus and shotput in track, which is a testament to his strength.

The Aztecs have worn thin on the o-line. With only two scholarship freshmen at the position currently on the roster and just two more added from the Class of 2024, it would be beneficial for the long-term outlook of the group if they can get some commits to help beef up the line in the next few seasons.

SDSU was Stallworth’s first offer. His second came from the Sacramento State to block for former Aztec running back Donnel Pumphrey’s group with the Hornets.

On film, Stallworth excels in both run and pass blocking. As a run blocker, he gets low and uses good leverage to launch defensive linemen despite his 6-foot-6 stature. During pass blocking, he has a very aggressive punch that often knocks rushers off their feet. The key to a successful Aztec Fast offense starts with the line, and although the portal is an option, signing recruits is a key area to focus on.


Player: Trey Glasper, Athlete

Rank: 3 Stars, Class of 2025

Position need: Low

Credit: Trey Glasper’s Hudl

Bio: Players who wear the No. 1 are often the best ballers on the gridiron, and Glasper wears it well. He shuts down quarterbacks as a ball-hawking defensive back as well as making plays on offense as a receiver. Glasper’s junior year highlight film reveals a DB with great hands and break on the ball. The first play on his Hudl as a wideout shows the speedster make a 55-yard touchdown on a go-route.

During his junior year, he had six interceptions and 27 solo tackles on defense, while on the other side of the ball, he had 34 catches for 374 yards and seven touchdowns. He fits the mold the Aztec fast offense demands in addition to his great instincts on defense.

With that being said, it shouldn’t be a surprise that with his skillset on offense and defense, he already has offers from many schools, such as the University of Miami and Cal Berkley, as well as Mountain West rivals Fresno State and Colorado State. Bookending his trip to SDSU are official visits scheduled to Iowa State and CSU.

Although the Aztecs have a good group of young receivers, it’s hard to think that SDSU head coach Sean Lewis and his offensive-minded approach isn’t excited about the opportunity to add this weapon to his upcoming arsenal. With his ability as a defensive back, he can contribute greatly on defense while also being able to potentially play both ways.

Glasper’s versatility could mean he lines up on the defensive side of the ball at corner or safety in college. His recruiting graphic announcing his official visit has him listed as a corner. Given his offers and exciting film, SDSU’s staff did well in earning a visit from the talented athlete.

Letters written from SDSU’s staff to TE Jacob Alvarez. Alvarez’s trip in June will be his third visit to SDSU this year. (Credit: X.com @jacobalvarez_10)

Player: Jacob Alvarez, Tight end

Rank: 3 Stars, Class of 2025

Position need: High

Bio: Alvarez is a big-body tight end with great hands and the ability to make catches in traffic, who will play for Murrieta Valley High School. On film from his previous season at Chaparral High School in Temecula, he excels in the passing game but also blocks well in the run game.

During his high school career, where he has played varsity since his freshman year, he has accumulated 45 catches for 560 yards and six touchdowns. He has a long list of offers from programs such as Washington State, UNLV, SMU, San Jose State, Ole Miss, Michigan State, University of Miami, Kansas, Arizona State, and the University of Arizona.

With three tight ends on the roster now, the Aztecs are in good shape for the upcoming season, but super senior Jude Wolfe will leave them in need of more tight ends next year. Lewis and tight end coach Zac Barton have often reiterated that the tight end position is key in this Aztec fast offense, so somebody like Wolfe and Alvarez, who can contribute to the run or pass game, will make huge strides in this offensive style. Alvarez’s official visit will mark at least his fourth trip to the Mesa. He came to campus in April of 2023 and January and March of this year.

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Player: Alexander Green, Linebacker

Rank: Class of 2025

Position Need: Medium

Alexander Green at UNLV Prospect Day. Can the Aztecs steal a recruit from the hometown of their conference rival? (Credit: X.com @mylesxanderr)

Bio: Green plays linebacker for Palo Verde High School in Las Vegas. He is a physical player of good size, standing at 6-foot-3 and weighing 235 pounds. The tackling machine recorded 63 tackles in his junior year, seven of which were behind the line of scrimmage. His highlights show a great variety of skills as a linebacker.

On one play he read the QB well, didn’t bite on the play action, and finished the play with a goal line interception. Frequently, he shoots gaps to stop the opponent’s run game in its tracks. This gritty style of play, combined with his football IQ and vision, would be a great addition to watch unfold on The Mesa. SDSU has always been known for its tough defense, and getting intelligent, hard-hitting linebackers to lead that defense is key to continued success.

The Aztecs were Green’s fifth offer. He is up to at least nine. Green attended the junior days of four schools that covet his services: Utah, UNLV, Fresno State, and Nevada. In addition to SDSU, Green has announced official visits with the Wolf Pack and Bulldogs.

Even with the current players competing in summer workouts, recruiting never stops for the coaches and recruiters who are constantly at work trying to set up the team for success in the long run. June will be no different as these potential future Aztecs and others set foot on campus to possibly start their journeys as Aztecs for life.

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