Northview’s Comstock Officially Becomes a Bulldog

Steven Comstock, with his parents, John and Mary, signs with Fresno State.

By Tim Peterson

(Covina) – Northview quarterback Steven Comstock signed his letter of intent to play at Fresno State Wednesday before family, friends and faculty in the Northview gymnasium.

Comstock, who was a four-year starter at Northview, had several offers before deciding to play for Jeff Tedford at Fresno State.

This past season Comstock threw for 2,720 yards and 28 touchdowns as he led the Vikings to a share of the Valle Vista League title and into the first round of the CIF Division 8 playoffs. He also ran for 991 yards and 12 TDs.

Comstock with the Northview coaching staff. HC Marcel Perez is top left.

Comstock announced several months ago that he committed to Fresno State and opted to sign in the early December signing period.

13 Comments to "Northview’s Comstock Officially Becomes a Bulldog"

  1. Gordon Gekko's Gravatar Gordon Gekko
    December 25, 2017 - 2:22 pm | Permalink


    The obvious topic here is NVHS and the kid, Steven Comstock. Why are you trying to change to subject and detract attention from the story?

    Your breaking news about two other kids is not relevant to this particular blog. Start another forum to discuss another subject matter. Let’s stay focused on the news title.

    A big applause to the kid, Steven and NVHS. It’s not an easy task to earn a full scholarship at quarterback. Coach Tedford must really see something special in the young man. It is was well known around Fresno that last year was about just getting the program stable and this year’s recruiting class was about getting some upgrades at the the QB spot. If one looks at Tedford’s track record, the man knows what he is looking for in a good QB.
    Good luck kid. It’s refreshing to see a kid not jump all over the place and prove to the “new wave” high school trend setters that it’s about having skill and being level headed. I agree, if you’re good, the college coaches will recognize you. Comstock, the SGV will be rooting for you. You made it kid, now go get that spot up in The Valley!

    NVHS Football will be fine. Perez is solid. Look forward to next season.

  2. Elsewhere's Gravatar Elsewhere
    December 22, 2017 - 11:45 am | Permalink

    In the wake of J.T. Daniels’ decision to graduate early and become part of USC’s 2018 recruiting class, Bryce Young has elected to show his affection for Cathedral by transferring to Mater Dei.

  3. December 21, 2017 - 4:33 pm | Permalink

    I can’t see anyone from Covina making anything but a positive comment about Mr. Comstock. Have never even remotely heard anything said that did not show mad respect and best wishes for the young man.

  4. NWO's Gravatar NWO
    December 21, 2017 - 1:38 pm | Permalink

    IF YOU ARE GOOD, THEY WILL FIND YOU !!!!! Good job young man. Four seasons sure went fast.

  5. San Dimas Fan's Gravatar San Dimas Fan
    December 21, 2017 - 12:19 pm | Permalink

    @ Area Coach, you may be accurate in your statement. Unfortunately, that statement may have come from an SD or Covina coach, which is sad to say. But putting rivalries aside, they are missing the point entirely. This young man was developed by a good coach, Coach Marcel, which resulted in a four year scholarship. A four-year education is much more valuable than a championship ring. That’s four years a parent can be relieved from an economic obligation. That is a gift, the coach, Steven, and assistant coaches have given the family which value is enormous.
    To Steven and Coach Marcel, well done and congratulations! This is a great story.

  6. Sgv Insider's Gravatar Sgv Insider
    December 21, 2017 - 11:22 am | Permalink

    Your an a**clown. The great part of what Perez and his staff have always done is the numerous kids they help get into NAIA schools, Div 3 or Div 2 schools. They’ve always done a great job of promoting their kids and helping them reach their goals. Congrats Steven. Good Luck.

  7. Anonymous's Gravatar Anonymous
    December 21, 2017 - 10:16 am | Permalink

    There’s the hater right there. Great job area coach. Northview competes year in and year out. I’m happy with coach Perez. I don’t need a championship to know he’s a great man, and coach. So what school do you coach at area coach? I know you won’t come out and say crap. So go back to your room at your moms house.

  8. Lupe's Gravatar Lupe
    December 20, 2017 - 9:45 pm | Permalink

    He is not wrestling this year. I’m sad to see him not wrestle on a personal level but I understand the decision

  9. Proud Viking's Gravatar Proud Viking
    December 20, 2017 - 9:12 pm | Permalink

    Steven is a first class young man all around and that is an understatement! NHS has been sending wrestlers off to four year Universities for years. Now they are sending football players consistently as well. Ochoa and Bellamy built a legacy with wrestling 25+ years in and Coach Perez is working to do the same with football. He is amazing. Coaches never get the credit they deserve. They spend endless hours with their athletes and they change lives. It’s a great time to be a Viking! Congrats Steven you deserve every bit of this moment! Shout out to Eddie Flores #2 state wrestler as a junior that signed with D-1 Pack 12 Bakersfield today. Go get that State title in 2018. You all make us proud! #GOLDBLOODED #NORTHVIEWSTRONG

  10. Area Coach's Gravatar Area Coach
    December 20, 2017 - 8:12 pm | Permalink

    Two Division 1 guys and no championships??

  11. Anonymous's Gravatar Anonymous
    December 20, 2017 - 7:07 pm | Permalink

    Sounds like a sales pitch! Good job lol

  12. Wondering!!!!'s Gravatar Wondering!!!!
    December 20, 2017 - 2:12 pm | Permalink

    Is he wrestling still?

  13. Anonymous's Gravatar Anonymous
    December 20, 2017 - 1:43 pm | Permalink

    Two division one kids in 2 years. Coach Perez has built a great program at Northview. He has been constantly sending kids to 4 year university. If you have the grades and can play they will find a college for you. Contacting and sending film to 4 year university for kids that are still eager to continue there football careers. He and his staff don’t just focus on football, but also focus in the class room. How many times have we seen phenomenal athletes just wilter away after high school because they did poorly in school. Happends all the time. It’s not just about winning football games, but getting these kids ready for life after football. Great job coach Perez, keep up the great work.

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