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San Diego State Football: Aztecs land 12th verbal 2015 commit in 2-star wide receiver Wayne Jackson

The Fontana native made his decision known via Twitter yesterday.

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The San Diego State Aztecs landed their 12th verbal football commitment for the 2015 season in Summit High School wide receiver Wayne Jackson.

Jackson announced his decision yesterday via his Twitter account.

The 6-foot-3 senior from Fontana, California, will join a loaded and young wide receiving unit on Montezuma Mesa. Only one of SDSU's 15 wide receivers on this year's roster won't return next season, and that's Ezell Ruffin. Therefore, Jackson may very well be a great candidate to redshirt his freshman season at SDSU.

Jackson runs a 4.45 40-yard dash, according to Hudl. His ESPN.com scouting report also reveals he has a 33.2-inch vertical leap. Combine his speed and leaping abilities with his 6-foot-3 frame, and it appears that Aztecs may have found themselves a solid redzone threat in the future.

Rivals.com gives Jackson two stars.