San Diego State picked up commitments No. 21 and 22 in its 2014 recruiting class this week.

According to 247sports.com, Jamire Jordon, a wide receiver from Highland (Palmdale) High School has committed to the Aztecs after originally being committed to San Jose State.

Jordan confirmed via his Twitter account that he had rescinded the verbal commitment he issued to the Spartans in December.

Recruiting website Rivals.com has Jordan rated as a two-star recruit. The 5-foot-10, 165-pound receiver chose SDSU over offers from Colorado State, SJSU and UC Davis. According to Rivals, he attended the SDSU vs. Boise State game.

Jordon is the third receiver to commit to SDSU as part of the 2014 recruiting class. Oceanside product Mikah Holder and Patrick Henry's Jabril Clewis are the other two.

Rivals also reports that SDSU has received a commitment from Wylie (Texas) athlete Kameron Kelly, who played quarterback in high school but could play a number of different positions at the college level.

Kelly (6-foot- 3, 200 pounds) was recruited by running backs coach and native Texan Jeff Horton. He will take his official visit to SDSU on Jan. 31.