Contra Costa College quarterback Cameron Burston committed to Fresno State this past weekend, giving the Bulldogs a sixth commitment in the 2017 recruiting class.
Last season as a freshman, Burston completed 158 of 249 passes for 2,151 yards with 28 touchdowns against three interceptions for the 9-2 Comets.
Burston is listed as 6-foot-4 and 185 pounds. He recently took an official visit to Fresno State with his parents.
Per NCAA rules, college coaches are not allowed to comment on prospective student-athletes until a national letter of intent has been signed and validated. Signing day for high school football players is Feb. 1.
Other recruits who have given oral commitments to the Bulldogs: wide receiver Patrick Jeune (Morningside High-Inglewood), safety Javon McInnis (Ranchview-Irving, Texas), linebackers Bruce Bivens (Benjamin Davis-Houston) and Cody Watson (Chaminade Madonna College Prep-Hollywood, Fla.), and quarterback Mark Salazar (Rancho Bernardo).