Weber State football added to its 2020 recruiting class Sunday when California prep receiver Savonne Farmer reported his commitment to WSU.

Farmer tweeted his commitment Sunday afternoon. The 6-foot, 170-pound athlete is rated a two-star prospect by 247Sports, which also lists an offer from Sacramento State.

Highlights from his senior season show Farmer as a speedy, ball-secure player who might excel as a slot receiver in the college game. 

Farmer won the 2A state championship with Pacifica High School in Oxnard, California. His team went 15-1 and became the first public school in Ventura County to win a state title. Farmer caught a touchdown in the championship game and played through an injured shoulder, according to a report from VC Star.

Farmer stands to become the 14th player in WSU's 2020 signing class.

Contact Brett Hein at bhein@standard.net. Follow him on Twitter @bhein3/@WeberHQ and at facebook.com/WeberStateSports.

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