SDSU Football: Recruiting Update

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This past weekend was huge for San Diego State football. San Diego State football received three commitments Calvin Munson (ILB), Kalan Montgomery (CB) and Malik Smith (FS). This is going to be a short recruiting update on each of the new commits. We have compiled a list of offers that each recruit held at the time they committed to San Diego State and any schools they held interest in. You will also be able to see highlight videos of each commit.

Photo taken during post game celebration on TWCSN

Photo taken during post game celebration on TWCSN

Calvin Munson

Calvin Munson is an 6’3″, 225 pound inside linebacker from Francis Howell High School in St. Charles, Missouri. Munson held offers from San Diego State, Ohio and Toledo. Munson was recruited by SDSU’s Osia Lewis.

A 6-foot-3, 225-pound senior linebacker/running back, Munson was the catalyst for a Vikings defensive that stymied the Lafayette offense in a 17-6 victory in the Class 6 semifinals. Munson racked up 13 solo tackles and five assists and picked off a pass as the Vikings earned a berth in the title game against Blue Springs. Munson is second in the area in tackles with 186 (132 solos, 54 assists). The Gateway South defensive Player of the Year, Munson is being recruited by several Division I schools. Quote from –

Kalan Montgomery

Kalan Montgomery is an 6’2″, 170 pound cornerback from Dominguez High School in Compton, California. Montgomery held offers from Arizona, Hawaii, Nevada, San Diego State and held interest in Colorado, Oregon State, UCLA and Washington State. Montgomery was recruited by SDSU’s Tony White.

Montgomery is a tall corner at roughly 6-foot-2. Size like that has become popular among teams seeking a cornerback, since they have enough size to match up with a tall, possession-type wide receiver. Montgomery’s hands are wide receiver soft and mainly excels in a zone coverage. He does show good closing instincts on angle pursuits and tackles. However, he hasn’t shown a lot in press coverage and his tackling ability isn’t the strongest, since he tends to come up too high or resort to try and arm tackle a guy. His size, arms and hands, however, has earned him four offers from San Diego State, Hawaii, Colorado State and Arizona. He can be effective for a team that prefers a zone scheme over man-to-man, like a 4-2-5 look or 3-3-5. Quote via –

Unfortunately Kalan Montgomery’s highlight video cannot be embedded in the page. So please click on the link below to see Montgomery’s Highlights. – Click Here For Highlight Video

Malik Smith

Malik Smith is an 6’0″, 170 pound safety from Dominguez High School in Compton, California. Smith held an offer from San Diego State and held interest in Arizona, Nevada, Utah and Washington State. Smith was recruited by SDSU’s Tony White.

Unfortunately Malik Smith’s highlight video cannot be embedded in the page. So please click on the link below to see Smith’s Highlights. – Click Here For Highlight Video

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About DavidSDSU (1267 Articles)
I graduated from San Diego State University with a degree in Journalism with an emphasis in Media Studies. I am also the Founder and CEO of San Diego Sports Domination. I am an award winning blogger and have been covering San Diego State Athletics and San Diego Sports for the past 10 years. I have written many guest articles and have appeared in many podcasts. I am also the team photographer for the San Diego Silverbacks, San Diego Surf (WPSL) and San Diego Strike Force. At my day job, I am a Live Coverage and Studio Coordinator at STN Digital a Digital Marketing Agency that works in the Sports & Entertainment Industry. We work with the biggest sports & entertainment companies in the world.

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