San Diego State had already made Judge and offer before he showed up to compete on Sunday.
"Everything has gone pretty good. I have liked what I seen and all the drills we have ran today. I like that SDSU is local for me and it's not that far from home. I also like the surroundings, and you can't beat the weather in San Diego," said Judge.
This was Judge's first time seeing San Diego State in person.
"I like how the coaches work with you and they pump you up," said Judge.
"UCLA is a good school. I know I would get a great education if I went there. I don't really know much about the Air Force Academy, but I am trying to look into their program and learn more about the school. I would still like to hear from California," said Judge.
Judge discussed what he is looking for in a program.
"I am looking for a good education and a school where I can play. It is also important to me to find out, how the coaches work with the players and if they are guide their players in the right direction," said Judge.
This talented athlete credits all his success in football to his coach, Keir Kinerough.
"My coach is like a dad to me. My freshman year was my first time every playing football. Coach Kinerough taught me everything I know about the game, and all the fundamentals of the sport," said Judge.
Judge plans on utilizing his time-off this summer, to get ready for his senior season and to prepare to compete at the next level.
"This summer I am working on my movements and how I catch the ball. And this fall, for my senior season, I plan on catching every ball that comes my way," said Judge.