Arizona State University Football Signs 21 Players to Letters of Intent

Feb. 4, 2009

TEMPE, Ariz. - Arizona State University signed 21 student-athletes to national letters of intent Wednesday to study and participate in football, head coach Dennis Erickson announced.

After assembling a phenomenal recruiting class in 2008, which ranked as highly as 16th in the nation, Erickson secured another excellent group of newcomers consisting of elite athletes from the states of Arizona, California, Colorado, Montana and Utah.

The class includes 21 student athletes, consisting of 19 high school players and two junior college transfers, while excellent talent, speed and athleticism is added to every position on the roster.

ASU's Class of 2009 includes:

  • Vontaze Burfict, the highest ranked prospect ever to sign with Arizona State University; unanimously rated as the top middle linebacker in the nation and ranked as highly as the ninth-best overall recruit in the country.
  • Nine players rated among the nation's top-30 at their position: No. 1 MLB Vontaze Burfict (Scout.com); No. 5 DT Corey Adams (ESPN Scouts, Inc.); No. 11 OG Kody Koebensky (ESPN Scouts, Inc.); No. 19 TE Christopher Coyle (Scout.com); No. 23 CB Osahon Irabor (ESPN Scouts, Inc.); No. 23 ATH Matthew Tucker (Rivals.com); No. 26 QB Brock Osweiler (Rivals.com); No. 27 RB Jamal Miles (Rivals.com); No. 30 OLB Anthony Jones (Rivals.com).
  • Two players ranked among the nation's top-50 overall recruits (Burfict, No. 9, Rivals.com and Adams, No. 46, Scout.com).
  • The top-ranked defensive tackles from the states of Arizona (Adams) and California (William Sutton).
  • Nine elite prospects from the state of Arizona, including the state's top prospects at running back (Miles), tight end (Max Smith), offensive guard (Koebensky), defensive tackle (Adams) and linebacker (Jones).
  • Six prominent athletes from the state of California, including the state's top defensive tackle (Sutton), No. 2 cornerback (Irabor), No. 4 tight end (Coyle) and No. 5 running back (Cameron Marshall).
  • Four midyear transfers, including two true freshmen and two junior college transfers, all of which enrolled at ASU in January and will participate in spring drills.



2009 Arizona State University Football Commitment List
Name Pos. Yr. Ht. Wt. Hometown (Last School)
Corey Adams DT 6-3 292 Fr. Scottsdale, Ariz. (Saguaro HS)
Vontaze Burfict LB 6-3 245 Fr. Corona, Calif. (Centennial HS)
Christopher Coyle TE 6-3 235 Fr. Westlake Village, Calif. (Oaks Christian HS)
Dean Deleone* DE 6-3 255 Jr. Park City, Utah (Orange Coast CC)
Evan Finkenberg OL 6-6 265 Fr. Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif. (Tesoro HS)
J.J. Holliday WR 6-0 165 Fr. Tucson, Ariz. (Santa Rita HS)
Osahon Irabor CB 5-11 183 Fr. Upland, Calif. (Upland HS)
Anthony Jones LB 6-2 218 Fr. Chandler, Ariz. (Hamilton HS)
Kipeli Koniseti ATH 6-3 235 Fr. Sacramento, Calif. (Grant HS)
Kody Koebensky OL 6-4 303 Fr. Scottsdale, Ariz. (Saguaro HS)
LeQuan Lewis* CB 6-0 195 Jr. Norwalk, Calif. (Cerritos College)
Cameron Marshall RB 5-11 210 Fr. San Jose, Calif. (Valley Christian HS)
Shane McCullen S 6-2 208 Fr. Apache Junction, Ariz. (Apache Junction HS)
Jamal Miles RB 5-10 180 Fr. Peoria, Ariz. (Peoria HS)
Brock Osweiler* QB 6-8 235 Fr. Kalispell, Mont. (Flathead HS)
Gregory Smith DE 6-3 240 Fr. Perris, Calif. (Citrus Hill HS)
Max Smith TE 6-2 258 Fr. Scottsdale, Ariz. (Saguaro HS)
William Sutton DT 6-2 275 Fr. Corona, Calif. (Centennial HS)
Fred Thornton OL 6-4 310 Fr. Phoenix, Ariz. (South Mountain HS)
Matthew Tucker* S 6-3 190 Fr. Aurora, Colo. (Grandview HS)
Marcus Washington RB 6-1 195 Fr. Phoenix, Ariz. (Desert Vista HS)

*-enrolled at ASU in January and will participate in spring drills

Corey Adams DT 6-3 292 Fr. Scottsdale, Ariz. (Saguaro HS)
One of the nation's elite defensive prospects among the 2009 class...a dominant, punishing lineman with explosive abilities...an incredible pass rusher from the defensive tackle position...attended the same high school as fellow signees Kody Koebensky and Max Smith, as well as Sun Devil defensive back Max Tabach...his position coach as a senior was Kyle Caldwell, a Saguaro alum and former ASU All-Pac-10 performer...one of the leaders on Saguaro's three-time 4A-I state championship squads from 2006-08...Saguaro posted a combined record of 41-1 over those three seasons...participated among the nation's elite high school football players in the 2009 Under Armour High School All-American Game in Orlando, Fla....earned First-Team All-4A honors in 2008 by the Arizona Republic...regarded as a five-star prospect by Scout.com...listed by Scout.com as the No. 46 overall recruit in the country and the nation's No. 8 defensive tackle prospect...unanimously regarded as the top defensive tackle in the state of Arizona...also saw action along the offensive line for Saguaro...earned First-Team Best in the West honors by the Long Beach Press Telegram, joining fellow signee Vontaze Burfict on that list...rated as the No. 54 overall prospect in the nation and the country's No. 5 defensive tackle by ESPN Scouts, Inc....ranked by Rivals.com as the No. 89 overall player in the nation and the No. 8 defensive tackle...also regarded as the No. 2 overall prospect in the state of Arizona and the nation's second-best pass rushing defensive tackle by Rivals.com...earned All-Arizona honors in 2007 and was included on the Friday Night Heroes list by Phoenix Metro Football Magazine...collected 240 tackles and 34 quarterback sacks during his three-year prep career...totaled 71 tackles and five quarterback sacks as a senior...totaled five or more tackles in eight games...collected a season-high 14 total tackles against Apache Junction on Oct. 24, 2008...that team included fellow Sun Devil signee Shane McCullen...totaled 10 tackles and a sack against Cactus Shadows on Oct. 10, 2008...was one of the nation's most dominant linemen in 2007, totaling 117 tackles and 24 quarterback sacks... also rushed five times for 28 yards...made at least five tackles in every game of the season and totaled 10 or more stops four times...posted at least one quarterback sack in 12 of 14 games...collected a season-high 14 tackles and five quarterback sacks against McClintock on Oct. 26, 2007...recorded three quarterback sacks against both Shadow Mountain on Sept. 20, 2007 and against Agua Fria on Nov. 9, 2007...posted 11 tackles and one sack against Chaparral on Oct. 12, 2007....recorded 10 tackles against both Paradise Valley on Sept. 28, 2007 and against Cactus Shadows on Oct. 4, 2007...posted 52 total tackles, five quarterback sacks and one fumble recovery as a sophomore in 2006...tallied a season-high 10 tackles and one sack against Nogales on Nov. 10, 2006...posted seven tackles and one sack against Millennium on Sept. 8, 2006...recorded a season-high 1.5 quarterback sacks against Cienega on Sept. 21, 2006...chose ASU over Ohio State and USC, and also received offers from several prominent programs including California, Florida, Georgia, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Oregon, Stanford, Tennessee and UCLA...coached by John Sanders at Saguaro High School.

Vontaze Burfict LB 6-3 245 Fr. Corona, Calif. (Centennial HS)
The most highly ranked football prospect ever to sign a letter of intent to attend Arizona State University...is the prototypical middle linebacker that starred for one of the nation's most prominent programs...is incredibly intense, tenacious, powerful and speedy...unanimously rated as the top middle linebacker prospect in the United States and is one of the very best high school football players in America...changes direction very well and is very difficult to block...is a ferocious hitter and an excellent blitzer...has the ability to significantly impact a football game in several ways...rated as a five-star prospect by both Scout.com and Rivals.com...earned First-Team All-America honors by EA Sports...rated by Rivals.com as the nation's No. 9 prospect at any position...also rated by Rivals.com as the No. 2 prospect in the state of California and the best run-stopping linebacker in the nation....participated among the nation's elite in the 2009 U.S. Army All-American game in San Antonio, Texas and was considered one of the most impressive players during practices and in the game...earned First-Team All-America Honors by MaxPreps...listed by ESPN Scouts, Inc. as the No. 16 overall player in the ESPN 150 list...regarded as the No. 18 overall recruit in the country by PrepStar and the No. 26 overall prospect by SuperPrep...ranked by Scout.com as the No. 29 overall recruit in the 2009 class...ranked as the No. 4 overall prospect by SuperPrep in the California/Hawaii/Nevada 150 list...was a teammate of fellow ASU signee William Sutton, as well as current Sun Devils Ryan Bass, Shelly Lyons and Brandon Magee...gives ASU five members of its roster to have played at Centennial High School, the greatest amount of out-of-state players from one school ever to be on a Sun Devil roster at the same time...Centennial earned a No. 2 national ranking at the end of the 2008 season...was named to the Badger/New Level All-Las Vegas Camp Team in the spring of 2008...earned First-Team Best in the West honors by the Long Beach Press-Telegram, joining fellow ASU signee Corey Adams on that list...was named the Defensive Player of the Year and earned All-Golden State honors by GoldenStatePreps.com...also was named the Southern California Defensive Player of the Year and earned All-Southern California honors by GoldenStatePreps.com...led the Huskies as a senior with 159 total tackles, two sacks, two interceptions and two fumble recoveries...had 10 or more tackles in 10 of 14 games and never recorded fewer than eight tackles in a game...recorded a season-high 17 tackles and added 0.5 quarterback sacks against Roosevelt on Oct. 10, 2008...collected 16 tackles and two fumble recoveries against Norco on Nov. 14, 2008...totaled 16 tackles and one sack against Vista Murrieta on Nov. 28, 2008...totaled 13 tackles with one interception against De la Salle on Dec. 19, 2008 in the CIF Division-1 Bowl Game...collected a team-high 130 tackles as a junior in 2007 and added four sacks, two interceptions and one fumble recovery...helped anchor a linebackers unit that included Sun Devils Shelly Lyons and Brandon Magee...registered at least 10 tackles in seven of 13 games on the year and never posted fewer than seven tackles in a game...collected a season-high 15 total tackles against Clovis West on Sept. 28, 2007...posted 13 total stops against King on Sept. 7, 2007 and also against Valley View on Oct. 12, 2007...tallied a season-high two quarterback sacks, in addition to 11 total tackles, against Glendora on Nov. 23, 2007...chose ASU over USC and had several additional scholarship offers...'We felt so comfortable with Arizona State because of the amount of care they showed us for Vontaze, the person,' says Lisa Williams, Burfict's mother. 'With ASU, the entire time, from the beginning of the process, they were presenting what they had to offer Vontaze as a student, as an athlete and as a young man.'...committed to the Sun Devils on February 4, 2009, National Letter of Intent Signing Day...coached by Matt Loan at Centennial High School

Christopher Coyle TE 6-3 235 Fr. Westlake Village, Calif. (Oaks Christian HS)
One of the top tight end prospects in the nation and one of ASU's most accomplished offensive members of the 2009 class...was invited to participate in the 2009 U.S. Army All-America game in San Antonio, Texas...was a key three-year contributor on offense and defense for one of the elite high school football programs in America...rated as the No. 19 tight end prospect in the nation by Scout.com...rated as the No. 42 tight end in the country by Rivals.com...hails from the same hometown as former Sun Devil starting quarterback Rudy Carpenter...as a junior, he was named first-team All-League, All-County and was named Oak Christian's Offensive Most Valuable Player...led Oaks Christian with 25 receptions in 2008 totaling 461 receiving yards (18.4 avg.) and six touchdown receptions...had three receptions for 64 yards (21.3 avg.) and two touchdowns against Bakersfield Christian on Sept. 5, 2008...registered a career-long 67-yard touchdown reception against Oak Park on Oct. 31, 2008...totaled four receptions for a career-high 89 yards (22.3 avg.) and two scores against South on Nov. 21, 2008...also played defensive end and collected 57 tackles (42 solo), two sacks and one interception...caught 19 passes for 264 yards (13.9 avg.) with four touchdowns as a junior in 2007...totaled four catches for 49 yards (12.3 avg.) with a touchdown against Nordhoff on Nov. 2, 2007...had a season-high 50 receiving yards on two catches (25.0 avg.) against Serra on Nov. 23, 2007...defensively, he tied for the team lead as a junior with 10.0 quarterback sacks, adding 60 total tackles (45 solo), one interception and one fumble recovery...posted three catches for 42 yards (14.0 avg.) as well as 25 tackles (14 solo) as a sophomore on Oak Christian's varsity squad in 2006...chose ASU over Boise State, UCLA and Washington among others...verbally committed to ASU on July 12, 2008...'Ever since I visited Tempe for the first time, I knew it was my goal to go to Arizona State,' says Coyle. 'It's an awesome school, awesome (football) program and great academics...I just knew that it would be the best fit for me.'...coached by Bill Redell at Oaks Christian High School.

Dean Deleone DE 6-3 255 Jr. Park City, Utah (Orange Coast College)
A 2008 graduate of Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa, Calif....signed with ASU in December as a midyear transfer and will participate in spring drills...is one of four midyear enrollees and one of two junior college transfers among ASU's 2009 class...played both defensive end and outside linebacker at OCC...spent four years in the Coast Guard after high school and joins the Sun Devils as a 25-year-old junior...has three years to play two at ASU...tremendously talented speed pass rush specialist who will compete to replace departed two-year starter Luis Vasquez, who also joined the Sun Devils from the junior college ranks...his father, Tom, played football at Ohio State University and in the NFL with the Cleveland Browns...can perform 27 repetitions of 225 pounds on the bench press and boasts a 36-inch vertical leap...incredibly speedy, and at 245 pounds he clocked a 4.44 40-yard dash time...saw action on kickoff returns as a sophomore and had a 97-yard touchdown return...rated as the No. 84 overall junior college player in the nation by Rivals.com...was named the 2008 Defensive Player of the Year for the Southern California Football Association (SCFA) National Division Southern Conference...tied for third in the SCFA in sacks, tied for seventh in total tackles-for-loss and ranked ninth in total tackles...led the Pirates with 78 total tackles (32 solo)...also paced the squad in tackles-for-loss (15.5), quarterback sacks (9.5) and quarterback hurries (seven)...led OCC with a 37.7-yard average on kickoff returns and added 23 total rushing yards...tied for the team lead with five pass breakups and added a forced fumble and a fumble recovery...as a freshman in 2007, he ranked second on the team with 46 tackles (32 solo), while tying for second on the squad with four sacks and added a forced fumble...'I had a great visit (to ASU),' says Deleone. '(I) really liked the coaching staff, especially (defensive line) coach Grady Stretz, my position coach. He talked a lot about their scheme and how he saw me fitting in and it really impressed me.'...chose ASU over Oregon and also was pursued by Arizona, Boise State, BYU, California and Kansas State...committed to ASU on Dec. 17, 2008...coached by Mike Taylor at Orange Coast College.

Evan Finkenberg OL 6-6 265 Fr. Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif. (Tesoro HS)
Athletic, versatile lineman with tremendous upside...switched to offensive tackle late in his high school career after seeing action at tight end...has the frame to add mass to become an imposing blocker...runs a 4.9 40-yard dash...helped guide Tesoro to the South Coast championship and the CIF-SS Pac-5 finals in 2008...was also a pitcher on Tesoro's baseball team...rated as the No. 48 offensive tackle in the nation by Rivals.com...listed as the No. 96 overall prospect in the state of California and the state's No. 7 offensive tackle prospect by Scout.com...also regarded by Scout.com as the No. 13 offensive tackle in the West region...earned First-Team All-CIF, First-Team All-Orange County and First-Team All-League honors as a senior...before switching to offensive line, he caught five passes for 74 yards and collected 31 rushing yards as a junior in 2007...chose ASU over Colorado and Washington State, and also received interest from Boise State, California, Oregon State and Tennessee...verbally committed to the Sun Devils on Jan. 26, 2009... 'I think the coaches experience in the NFL was a big reason and I just felt comfortable (at ASU),' said Finkenberg. 'My family is all really excited because they can to my games now, and I'm a warm weather guy so the warm weather helps.'...coached by Brian Barnes at Tesoro High School.

J.J. Holliday WR 6-0 165 Fr. Tucson, Ariz. (Santa Rita HS)
One of the speediest and most productive receivers in the state of Arizona...ran a 4.41-second 40-yard dash at the Under Armour/Scout.com Phoenix Combine in May of 2008, the fastest of all camp participants...earned All-Arizona and First-Team All-4A honors in 2008 by the Arizona Republic...the first Tucson high school prospect to sign with the Sun Devils since offensive lineman Stephen Berg in 2002...an excellent student athlete, he carries a 3.7 grade point average...bench presses 275 pounds and squats 350...a dynamic, game breaking all-purpose threat...regarded as a very disciplined receiver and a tremendously talented special teams returns specialist...has the potential to score any time he touches the ball...rated as the No. 4 wide receiver prospect in the state of Arizona by Scout.com...earned preseason 4A-II All-State honors prior to his senior season by 24-7football.com...also earned postseason All-4A-II honors by the same publication...caught 109 passes for 2,351 yards with 30 touchdown receptions during his junior and senior seasons at Santa Rita...averaged an excellent 21.6 yards-per-catch during that span...totaled 55 receptions for 1,100 yards (20.0 avg.) and 13 touchdown receptions as a senior...led Santa Rita to the 2008 Arizona 4A-II state championship game...earned first-team All-Region honors as a senior...caught 54 passes for 1,251 yards (23.2) with 17 touchdowns as a junior in 2007...collected first-team All-City, All-Region and All-Southern Arizona honors as well as honorable mention All-State recognition... 'I liked everything about the visit (to ASU),' says Holliday. 'I got a good vibe; everyone was really close to each other. I really found all the coaches to be very inspirational.'...verbally committed to the Sun Devils on Dec. 21, 2008, immediately following his official visit to ASU... 'I really like the way the campus was and the coaches,' says Holliday. 'Coach Erickson is a legend, (there are) not many chances you get to play with that kind of leadership.'...selected ASU over Arizona, Colorado State and Utah, among others...coached by Jeff Scurran at Santa Rita High School.

Osahon Irabor CB 5-11 183 Fr. Upland, Calif. (Upland HS)
One of the most talented recruits among ASU's 2009 signing class...a standout defensive back and wide receiver at Upland...has great ball skills and is a tremendously physical defender...has striking speed and acceleration and shows remarkable burst and has great football instincts...is an excellent, dynamic playmaker at any position...very active on special teams and is a tenacious competitor...runs a 4.37-second 40-yard dash and has a 40-inch vertical leap...ranked as the No. 21 cornerback recruit in the nation by ESPN Scouts, Inc....regarded as a four-star prospect and a member of the 'Rivals 250' list by Rivals.com...earned votes for the 2008 Best in the West Team by the Long Beach Press-Telegram...ranked as the No. 28 cornerback recruit in the country by Rivals.com...also rated as the No. 10 defensive back and the No. 37 overall prospect in the state of California by Rivals.com...rated as the No. 35 cornerback prospect in the nation by Scout.com...listed as the No. 4 cornerback in the West region and the region's No. 52 overall prospect by Scout.com...squats 455 pounds and power cleans 235...earned First-Team All-CIF, First-Team All-San Bernardino County and First-Team All-League honors as a senior...totaled 42 tackles (35 solo) with a blocked punt as a senior...had a team-high nine touchdown receptions on offense in 2008...also finished second on the team in rushing with 228 yards on only 23 carries (9.9 avg.) with two rushing touchdowns while also finishing second with 637 receiving yards and ranked third on the squad with 30 receptions...averaged 21.1 yards-per-reception as a senior...collected a season-high eight total tackles (seven solo) against Etiwanda on Nov. 7, 2008...totaled six tackles (five solo) and caught three passes for 81 yards and a touchdown against Chaffey on Nov. 21, 2008...had a career-high 174 receiving yards on only four catches (43.5 avg.) with two touchdowns as well as 25 rushing yards on only two carries and blocked a punt against Eastside on Sept. 26, 2008...collected a career-high 109 rushing yards on only five carries with one rushing touchdown against Los Osos on Oct. 24, 2008...collected 41 total tackles (33 solo) as a junior in 2007, as well as two interceptions and two blocked punts...ranked third on the team with 325 receiving yards on only 11 receptions as a junior...averaged 29.6 yards-per-reception and caught one touchdown pass...posted five games with four or more tackles...recorded a season-high seven tackles (four solo) and added a season-high four receptions for 81 yards against Los Osos on Oct. 28, 2007...tied a season-high seven total stops (five solo) and added a season-high 88 receiving yards on only two receptions and also intercepted a pass against Etiwanda on Nov. 9, 2007...collected three tackles (two solo) and caught a 50-yard touchdown pass against Rancho Cucamonga on Oct. 12, 2007...registered three solo tackles, intercepted a pass and caught three passes for 61 yards against Glendora on Nov. 16, 2007...blocked two punts against Alta Loma on Nov. 2, 2007...collected two total tackles (one solo) in limited varsity action as a sophomore in 2006...'There's a definite commitment at Arizona State to be one of the top programs in the country,' says Irabor. 'With that great coaching staff there it was just too hard to pass up.'...chose ASU over Arizona, California, Nebraska, Northwestern, Oregon, Oregon State, UCLA and Washington, among other offers... 'The school itself is very impressive,' says Irabor. 'They have a great business school and I'm very interested majoring in that area. The campus is beautiful and Tempe is a beautiful town.'...committed to the Sun Devils on July 11, 2008...'I am extremely honored to be signing with ASU,' says Irabor. 'When I get to Tempe I am going to work hard on and off the field and play football at a high level for all four years. I can't wait to be a Sun Devil and compete in the Pac-10 Conference.'...coached by Tim Salter at Upland High School.

Anthony Jones LB 6-2 218 Fr. Chandler, Ariz. (Hamilton HS)
The top linebacker in the state of Arizona and an aggressive, physical playmaker from sideline to sideline...an intense athlete and a hard hitter...A key component of Hamilton's 2008 5A-I state championship run...a product of one of Arizona's powerhouse prep football programs that has produced several excellent Sun Devils...one of nine Hamilton players to have signed with ASU since 2004...attended the same high school as current Sun Devils Patrick Jamison, Gerald Munns, Colin Parker, Gerell Robinson and Kerry Taylor as well as former ASU All-American and current NFL Pro Bowler Terrell Suggs...was a teammate of Jamison and Robinson on Hamilton's 2007 squad...earned Second-Team All-5A honors in 2008 by the Arizona Republic...regarded as the No. 30 outside linebacker prospect in the nation by Rivals.com...also considered the top linebacker and No. 8 overall recruit in the state of Arizona by Rivals.com...rated the No. 32 linebacker recruit in the country by Scout.com...listed by Scout.com in the 2008 preseason as the top linebacker in the state of Arizona...was named to the Friday Night Heroes list by Phoenix Metro Football Magazine...recorded 78 tackles (24 solo) three sacks and one interception as a senior...posted at least seven tackles in six games on the year...tallied a season-high 13 total stops (five solo), an interception returned 82 yards and a sack against rival Chandler High School on Nov. 7, 2008...collected 10 total tackles (six solo) against eventual 5A-II state champion Peoria Centennial High School on Sept. 12...as a junior in 2007, he led Hamilton with 94 total tackles (25 solo)...added six sacks, one interception and one fumble recovery...averaged 9.4 tackles-per-game...posted at least seven tackles in nine of 10 games on the year and surpassed 10 total stops in six games...set a career-high with 13 tackles (four solo) against Red Mountain on Sept. 20, 2007...tied that mark with 13 total stops (two solo) with one sack against Gilbert on Oct. 5, 2007...chose ASU over Arizona, Minnesota and Washington State...coached by Steve Belles at Hamilton High School.

Kody Koebensky OL 6-3 303 Fr. Scottsdale, Ariz. (Saguaro HS)
Big, powerful lineman that played for one of the state's elite prep programs...was an integral part of Saguaro's three consecutive Arizona Class 4A-I state championship teams from 2006-08...earned All-Arizona and First-Team All-4A honors in 2008 by the Arizona Republic...has the ability to play guard or tackle and also saw action along the defensive line in high school...joins prep teammates Corey Adams and Max Smith as members of ASU's 2009 signing class...played for the same high school as current ASU defensive back Max Tabach as well as former Sun Devil All-Pac-10 defensive lineman Kyle Caldwell...included in the Friday Night Heroes list by Phoenix Metro Football Magazine...listed as the No. 63 offensive guard prospect in the country by Rivals.com...also regarded as the No. 2 offensive lineman and the No. 19 overall prospect in the state of Arizona by Rivals.com...rated as the No. 89 offensive tackle in the nation by Scout.com...recorded 15 tackles (seven solo) and one sack on defense as a senior...earned honorable mention All-Desert Sky Region honors as a junior in 2007...chose ASU over Arizona, Utah and Washington State among other offers...committed to ASU on July 12, 2008...coached by John Sanders at Saguaro High School.

Kipeli Koniseti ATH 6-3 235 Fr. Sacramento, Calif. (Grant HS)
Versatile, tough athlete that guided one of the top teams in California...starred at quarterback for Grant and has the size and athleticism to be an excellent linebacker...a tough, courageous player with a tremendous will to win...rated as the No. 93 quarterback in the nation by Scout.com...led Grant to a state championship in 2008...completed 80-of-144 passes (55.6 pct.) for 1,366 yards and 17 touchdowns in 2008...rushed 83 times for 777 yards (9.4 avg.) and nine scores...also collected 12 tackles on defense...passed for a season-high 162 yards against Oak Ridge on Sept. 26, 2008...threw a season-high three touchdown passes on two occasions...registered four games with over 100 rushing yards...totaled a season-high 131 rushing yards on 13 carries against Burbank on Nov. 14, 2008...threw for 972 yards and 11 touchdowns as a junior in 2007...also rushed 47 times for 208 yards (4.4 avg.) with three scores...threw for a season-high 219 yards against Bakersfield on Aug. 31, 2007...chose ASU over San Jose State...committed to ASU on February 4, 2009, National Letter of Intent Signing Day...coached by Mike Alberghini at Grant High School.

LeQuan Lewis CB 6-0 195 Jr. Norwalk, Calif. (Cerritos College)
A 2008 graduate of Cerritos (Calif.) College...enrolled at ASU in January and will participate in spring drills...has three years to play two at ASU...is one of four midyear enrollees and one of two junior college transfers in ASU's 2009 class...boasts phenomenal speed and a 4.29-second 40-yard dash time at the Cerritos Combine in May of 2008...attended the same high school as current Sun Devil men's basketball standouts James Harden and Derek Glasser...an excellent playmaker in the secondary and a striking threat on special teams units...led Cerritos with three interceptions as a sophomore, one of which he returned 49 yards for a touchdown...totaled 53 tackles (29 solo) on the year, as well as six pass breakups, two blocked kicks and 1.5 tackles-for-loss...averaged 31.3 yards on kickoff returns, including an 80-yard touchdown...posted at least four tackles in eight of 11 games on the year...collected a season-high 12 tackles (five solo) and a tackle-for-loss, an interception and a pass breakup in the season finale against Palomar on Nov. 22, 2008...attended College of the Sequoias in Visalia, Calif., as a freshman in 2007...a 2007 graduate of Artesia High School in Los Angeles, Calif...paced Artesia with 148 total tackles (64 solo) as a senior...averaged 13.5 tackles-per-game...added three sacks, two interceptions and one fumble recovery...led the Pioneers with 1,230 rushing yards on 138 carries (8.9 avg.) with 14 rushing touchdowns as a senior in 2006...averaged 111.8 rushing yards-per-game as a senior...also led Artesia in receiving with 47 catches for 505 yards (10.8 avg.) with five touchdown catches...posted at least 10 total tackles in 10 of 11 games and had no fewer than nine total stops in a game on the year...recorded 15 or more total tackles in six games...totaled 19 touchdowns and scored at least once in nine of 11 games...ran for over 100 yards seven times and had 60 or more receiving yards in six contests...led the Pioneers in receiving as a junior in 2005, totaling 701 yards on 56 catches (12.5 avg.) with 14 touchdown catches...was second on the team with 76 tackles (33 solo) and added five blocked kicks, two interceptions, two sacks and two fumble recoveries...ranked third on the squad in rushing, carrying 50 times for 374 yards (7.5 avg.) with seven touchdowns...collected 29 tackles (11 solo) as a sophomore in 2004...tied for the team-high with three sacks and two interceptions and added one fumble recovery...committed to the Sun Devils on Dec. 14, 2008...chose ASU over Boise State, California and South Florida...coached by Norm Flowers at Artesia High School and Frank Mazzotta at Cerritos College.

Cameron Marshall RB 5-11 210 Fr. San Jose, Calif. (Valley Christian HS)
One of the elite high school athletes in Northern California and an incredibly well-rounded back with the ability to beat defenders in a variety of ways...has excellent speed and strength and can attack defenses between the tackles and from sideline to sideline...regarded as an excellent downhill runner...runs with sensational power and boasts phenomenal quickness...also an excellent track and field athlete...runs a 4.32 40-yard dash, bench presses 355 pounds, squats 525 and power cleans 275...rated as the No. 23 running back prospect in the nation by Rivals.com...also rated by Rivals.com as the No. 7 running back in the state of California and the state's No. 56 overall prospect...ranked as the No. 42 running back in the nation by Scout.com...also listed by Scout.com as the No. 5 running back in the state of California and the state's No. 50 overall prospect...rated by SuperPrep as the No. 4 running back and the No. 58 overall athlete on its California/Hawaii/Nevada 150 list...earned All-West Region honors by PrepStar...regarded by Scout.com as the No. 7 running back and No. 78 overall athlete in the West region...was regarded as the Running Back of the Year in his school's league...was named the Offensive Player of the Year on the All-Northern California Team and was named the Northern California Player of the Year by the Cal-Hi Sports Publication...also earned All-County and All-Bay Area recognition...collected nearly 3,000 rushing yards and 38 touchdowns during his high school career...rushed for 1,904 yards and 24 touchdowns as a senior in 2008...had four non-offensive touchdowns to total 28 on the year...added three touchdowns on interception returns...carried 118 times for 807 yards (6.8 avg.) with 11 rushing touchdowns as a junior in 2007...carried 20 times for 186 yards (9.3 avg.) with three touchdowns as a sophomore in 2006...chose ASU over Northwestern, Oregon and Utah, among several other offers...verbally committed to the Sun Devils on Jan. 27, 2009...coached by Mike Machado at Valley Christian High School.

Shane McCullen S 6-2 208 Fr. Apache Junction, Ariz. (Apache Junction HS)
One of the top all-around athletes in the state of Arizona...rated among the most accomplished running backs in the state of Arizona, but will begin his Sun Devil career at safety...perhaps the greatest football player in Apache Junction High School history...a standout track and field athlete as well...rated as the No. 84 all-purpose athlete in the nation by Rivals.com...also ranked by Rivals.com as the No. 3 all-purpose athlete in the state of Arizona and the state's No. 14 overall prospect...listed as the No. 59 running back prospect in the nation by Scout.com...ran a 4.35 40-yard dash at the 2008 Scout.com Phoenix Combine, the fastest of all participants and the fifth-fastest time of all 14 combine participants...was regarded as the Pinal County Player of the Year and a member of the Friday Night Heroes list by Phoenix Metro Football Magazine...collected 42 tackles (22 solo) with two interceptions and one quarterback sack as a senior...also carried 127 times for a team-high 866 yards (6.8 avg.) with nine rushing touchdowns and led Apache Junction with 11 catches for 174 yards (15.8 avg.) and two scores...averaged 42.3 yards on seven kickoff returns and also averaged 36.0 yards on eight punts...recorded at least five tackles on five occasions...totaled a season-high nine tackles with one interception against Queen Creek on Sept. 19, 2008...surpassed 100 rushing yards four times on the year...recorded a season-high two rushing touchdowns in four games...had a 98-yard and a 99-yard kickoff return during the season...collected a season-high 181 rushing yards on only nine carries (20.1 avg.) with two touchdowns against Kellis on Sept. 12, 2008...carried a season-high 24 times for 131 yards (5.5 avg.) with two scores and added three receptions for 53 yards and a touchdown catch against McClintock on Nov. 7, 2008...tallied 23 tackles (12 solo) with two interceptions as a junior in 2007...led Apache Junction with 243 carries for 1,525 rushing yards (6.3 avg.) and 12 touchdowns...also caught six passes for 89 yards and one touchdown and averaged 23.8 yards on kickoff returns...collected at least three tackles in four games on the year...tallied a season-high four stops against Sinagua on Aug. 24, 2007...rushed for over 100 yards seven times and surpassed 200 yards twice...recorded a season-high 217 rushing yards on 20 carries (10.9 avg.) with two touchdowns against Cactus Shadows on Oct. 26, 2007...posted a season-high 33 carries for 213 yards (6.5 avg.) with a rushing score against Agua Fria on Aug. 31, 2007...gained 100 rushing yards and scored a receiving and rushing touchdown against independence on Sept. 28, 2007...chose ASU over California, Nevada, Stanford, Utah and Washington State, among others...'Coach Erickson's goal is to win a National Championship at ASU and I like that attitude,' says McCullen. 'I really like the coaching staff and Coach Erickson is a really cool guy. I also enjoy learning from (safeties coach) Lubick.'...verbally committed to the Sun Devils on June 17, 2008...coached by Rick Milligan at Apache Junction High School.

Jamal Miles RB 5-10 180 Fr. Peoria, Ariz. (Peoria HS)
Lightning quick and shifty running back...one of the most accomplished backs in the state of Arizona...attended the same high school as former Sun Devil running back Keegan Herring and also current ASU wide receiver T.J. Simpson...starred on offense, defense and special teams for Peoria...regarded as a four-star prospect by Rivals.com...also rated by Rivals.com as the No. 27 running back in the nation, the top running back in the state of Arizona and the state's No. 6 overall prospect...rated as the No. 98 running back in the country by Scout.com...earned First-Team All-4A honors in 2008 by the Arizona Republic... played in the 2009 Offense-Defense All-American Bowl in Myrtle Beach, S.C., along with fellow Sun Devil signees William Sutton and Fred Thornton was named to the Friday Night Heroes list by Phoenix Metro Football Magazine...totaled 2,168 rushing yards on 231 carries (9.4 avg.) with 29 rushing touchdowns...led the state of Arizona with an average of 197.1 rushing yards per game...ranked fourth in the state in total rushing yards and fifth in rushing touchdowns...also caught three passes for 29 yards..averaged 34.5 yards on punt returns...registered 18 total tackles (seven solo) and one interception...surpassed 100 rushing yards in 10 of 11 games on the year and ran for over 200 yards six times...notched a season-high 266 yards on 20 carries against with four touchdowns against Sunnyslope on Nov. 14, 2008...carried a season-high 31 times for 222 yards and three touchdowns against Lake Havasu on Nov. 7, 2008...scored six rushing touchdowns and totaled 242 rushing yards on 20 carries against Agua Fria on Oct. 31, 2008...carried 27 times for 260 yards and one touchdown against rival Cactus on Oct. 3, 2008...registered 261 rushing yards on 24 carries with two rushing touchdowns versus Millennium on Oct. 17, 2008...tallied a season-high eight tackles (four solo) against Thunderbird on Sept. 5, 2008...carried 217 times for 1,679 yards (7.7 avg.) and 38 touchdowns as a junior...averaged 33.2 yards on kickoff returns...collected 21 total tackles (nine solo) and an interception on defense...surpassed 100 rushing yards in eight of 13 games on the year and rushed for over 200 yards twice...scored a touchdown in all but one game...registered a season-high 233 yards on 18 carries with three touchdowns against Marana on Sept. 14, 2007...rushed 20 times for 230 yards and three scores against Paradise Valley on Oct. 19, 2007...scored five rushing touchdowns on three occasions and four rushing touchdowns once...posted a season-high five total tackles (three solo) against Lake Havasu on Nov. 2, 2007...led Peoria with 1,122 rushing yards on 117 carries (9.6 avg.) with 16 touchdowns as a sophomore in 2006...was a teammate of fellow Sun Devil T.J. Simpson that year...averaged 22.4 yards on kickoff returns...recorded eight total tackles (five solo)...rushed for over 100 yards in six of 13 games on the year...scored three rushing touchdowns in two games and scored two rushing touchdowns on four occasions...ran for a season-high 196 yards on 14 carries with three touchdowns against Tolleson on Oct. 27, 2006...carried a season-high 16 times for 155 yards and two scores against Westview on Sept. 21, 2006...registered a season-high four total tackles (three solo) against Centennial on Nov. 24, 2006...chose ASU over Arizona, Colorado State and Utah...'I really like the running backs coach (Jamie Christian), he really knows what he's talking about,' says Miles. 'I also just feel really comfortable around everybody.'...verbally committed to the Sun Devils on Dec. 13, 2008...coached by Doug Clapp at Peoria High School.

Brock Osweiler QB 6-8 235 Fr. Kalispell, Mont. (Flathead HS)
The first offensive player and the second overall athlete of the 2009 class to commit to the Sun Devils, pledging on April 30, 2008...graduated from high school in December, enrolled at ASU in January and will participate in spring drills...is one of four midyear enrollees to sign with ASU in 2009...was named the 2008-09 Gatorade State Player of the Year for Montana...gives ASU two of Montana's past three Gatorade State Players of the Year, joining sophomore offensive lineman Matt Hustad who won the award playing for Helena High School in 2006-07...brings incredible size and tremendous athleticism...is a playmaking threat in and out of the pocket...is the tallest athlete (6-8) on the ASU roster...will compete to replace departed four-year starting quarterback Rudy Carpenter...a standout basketball player in high school, he originally committed to the University of Gonzaga as a sophomore in high school to play basketball before deciding to strictly focus on a collegiate football career...as a junior on the hardwood in 2007-08, he averaged 24.9 points, 14.5 rebounds, 2.5 assists, 2.3 steals, and 1.8 blocked shots on 48-percent shooting from the field and was rated as a three-star basketball recruit by Scout.com...listed as the No. 25 pro-style quarterback in the country by Rivals.com...rated as the No. 47 quarterback in the nation by Scout.com...led the state of Montana in completed passes, passing yards, passing yards-per-game, ranked second in passing attempts and passing touchdowns as a senior...completed 189-of-303 passes (62.4 pct.) for 2,703 yards with 29 touchdowns as a senior...also led the Braves in rushing with 162 carries for 700 yards (4.3 avg.) and 13 touchdowns on the ground...scored three times on the ground and totaled 84 rushing yards on 18 attempts (4.7 avg.) and completed 15-22 passes (68.2 pct) for 163 yards and two scores against Sentinel on Oct. 3, 2008...threw for 243 yards and four touchdowns against Great Falls on Oct. 11, 2008...collected a season high 115 rushing yards on 22 attempts (5.0 avg.) with three touchdowns and added 178 passing yards on 12-19 attempts (63.2 pct) with one touchdown versus Glacier on Oct. 17, 2009...threw for 309 yards on 18-23 passing (78.3 pct.) with five touchdowns through the air, while adding 50 rushing yards on nine attempts (5.6 avg.) with two scores against Hellgate on Oct. 24, 2008...threw for 2,454 yards and 22 touchdowns as a sophomore in 2006...'I can't wait to get to Tempe and put in some work,' said Osweiler when he signed in December. 'I plan to put in numerous hours trying to be that guy next year or pushing the quarterback to the best of my abilities and help Arizona State to be a better team.'...chose ASU over Alabama, Florida State, Stanford, Tennessee, UCLA and Washington State...'It's a great situation for me,' says Osweiler. 'The Arizona State offense only has a bright future ahead, when it is in the hands of two great coaches like Coach Erickson and (offensive coordinator) Coach (Rich) Olson.'...coached by Russell McCarvel at Flathead High School.

Gregory Smith DE 6-3 240 Fr. Perris, Calif. (Citrus Hill HS)
Two-way playmaker for one of California's most successful programs...excelled at tight end, fullback and defensive end...will begin his Sun Devil career at defensive end...an explosive athlete with the ability to impact a game from a variety of positions...rated as the No. 60 tight end prospect in the nation by Scout.com...ranked as the No. 85 inside linebacker recruit in the country by Rivals.com...caught 33 passes for 712 yards (21.6 avg.) with 12 touchdowns and rushed for 108 yards on only four carries with two touchdowns...caught eight passes for 116 yards with five touchdowns as a junior in 2007...added 11 sacks, three fumble recoveries and three blocked punts on the year...totaled 314 yards receiving on 14 catches (22.4 avg.) with four touchdowns as a sophomore in 2006...added 54 tackles (44 solo) and 14.0 quarterback sacks...posted 60 tackles (24 solo), one fumble recovery and one blocked field goal as a freshman in 2005...chose ASU over Fresno State, New Mexico, UTEP and Washington...verbally committed to the Sun Devils on Jan. 20, 2009, shortly after his official visit to ASU...'The environment at ASU and how they treated me were what really stood out to me,' says Smith...coached by Doug Dubois at Citrus Hill High School.

Max Smith TE 6-2 258 Fr. Scottsdale, Ariz. (Saguaro HS)
The top tight end prospect in the state of Arizona...a powerful two-way threat at tight end...versatile athlete who excelled on offense, defense and special teams for perhaps the top high school program in the state of Arizona...earned First-Team All-4A honors in 2008 by the Arizona Republic...listed as the No. 66 tight end prospect in the country by ESPN Scouts, Inc...ranked as the No. 71 tight end in the nation by Scout.com...bench presses 365 pounds and squats 525...a dependable receiver and excellent blocker from the tight end position...has the ability to excel as an H-back...was a prep teammate of fellow signees Corey Adams and Kody Koebensky and also played with current Sun Devil defensive back Max Tabach at Saguaro in 2006...helped guide Saguaro to three consecutive 4A-I state championships and a combined 41-1 record over the 2006-08 seasons...was named to the Friday Night Heroes list by Phoenix Metro Football Magazine...caught 34 career passes for 487 yards (14.3 avg.) and seven touchdowns...collected 115 career tackles with eight sacks and one interception...averaged 37.2 yards on 66 career punts...caught 14 passes for 261 yards (18.7 avg.) with four touchdowns as a senior...also totaled 72 tackles, eight sacks and an interception on defense...caught a season high four passes for 41 yards and a touchdown against Sahuaro on Sept. 12, 2008...totaled a season-high 59 receiving yards on only two catches with one touchdown against Apache Junction on Oct. 24, 2008...added three catches for 35 yards and a season-high two scores against Chaparral on Oct. 17, 2008...threw a 30-yard touchdown pass against Lake Havasu on Nov. 14, 2008...collected at least five tackles in seven games on the year...posted a season-high nine tackles on two occasions, against Shadow Mountain on Sept. 26, 2008 and against Paradise Valley on Oct. 3, 2008...collected a season-high two quarterback sacks against Cactus on Nov. 21, 2008...averaged 38.3 yards on 38 punts...placed seven inside the 20-yard line and had a long punt of 62 yards...caught 17 passes for 207 yards (14.8 avg.) and three touchdowns as a junior in 2007...totaled 26 tackles on defense...had season-highs of four receptions for 51 yards against McClintock on Oct. 26, 2007...caught two touchdown passes totaling 27 yards against Cactus on Nov. 2, 2007...recorded three receptions for 31 yards against Canyon del Oro on Dec. 8, 2007...posted a season-high seven tackles against Apache Junction on Oct. 19, 2007 and also recorded five tackles against Chaparral on Nov. 30, 2007...averaged 35.4 yards on 24 punts...placed five punts inside the 20-yard line and had a long punt of 61 yards...collected three receptions for 19 yards and totaled four carries 17 yards as a sophomore on Saguaro's varsity squad in 2006...notched 16 tackles on defense...also saw limited action at punter for Saguaro...'It's a great feeling,' Smith said after committing to ASU. 'I have always wanted to go to ASU.'...verbally committed to the Sun Devils on Oct. 19, 2008...chose ASU over Colorado State and Idaho...coached by John Sanders at Saguaro High School.

William Sutton DL 6-2 275 Fr. Corona, Calif. (Centennial HS)
One of the premier defensive linemen in the state of California...played for one of the nation's elite prep programs...an active, athletic and powerful lineman...was a teammate of fellow ASU signee Vontaze Burfict, as well as current Sun Devils Ryan Bass, Shelly Lyons and Brandon Magee at Centennial...will be one of five Sun Devils to have played at Centennial High, the most teammates outside the state of Arizona to be on a Sun Devil roster in school history...ranked as the No. 33 defensive tackle in the country by Scout.com...regarded as the top defensive tackle in the state of California by ESPN Scouts, Inc....listed as the No. 42 defensive tackle in the nation by Rivals.com...also labeled by Rivals.com as the No. 2 defensive tackle in the state of California and the state's No. 40 overall recruit...played in the 2009 Offense-Defense All-American Bowl in Myrtle Beach, S.C., along with fellow Sun Devil signees Jamal Miles and Fred Thornton...totaled 101 tackles (23 solo) as a senior in 2008...led the Huskies with 11.5 quarterback sacks...blocked four punts and recovered one fumble...totaled six or more tackles in 11 games on the year...registered a season-high 11 tackles (three solo) against Norco on Nov. 14, 2008...tallied a season-high four quarterback sacks and seven total tackles against Chaparral on Dec. 12, 2008...totaled nine tackles on two occasions and collected 1.5 quarterback sacks four times on the year...registered 48 tackles as a junior in 2007...added 2.5 quarterback sacks and one fumble recovery...posted five or more tackles on six occasions and tallied a season-high six total stops three times...totaled 11 tackles as a sophomore in 2006...posted a season-high six total tackles against Chaparral on Nov. 24, 2006...chose ASU over Arizona, Boise State, Fresno State, Nebraska, UNLV and Washington, among others...verbally committed to ASU on Dec. 14, 2008...coached by Matt Logan at Centennial High School.

Fred Thornton OL 6-4 310 Fr. Phoenix, Ariz. (South Mountain HS)
One of the most prominent two-way interior linemen in the state of Arizona...was named the 2008 Player of the Year in Arizona's 5A-II Metro Region...earned First-Team All-5A honors as a senior by the Arizona Republic...tremendously strong and powerful with the ability to be a dominant force...bench presses 350 pounds and squats 580...played in the 2009 Offense-Defense All-American Bowl in Myrtle Beach, S.C....was joined in that game on the West squad by fellow Sun Devil signees Jamal Miles and William Sutton...attended the same high school as former Sun Devils Jason Shivers and Tyrice Thompson...a nasty, physical lineman...has the ability to play either guard or tackle...excelled on both lines and will focus on offense at the college level...collected 33 total tackles (11 solo), one sack and one fumble recovery on defense...recorded at least four tackles six times...posted a season-high six total stops (one solo) against Camelback on Oct. 17, 2008...also considered Colorado and Oregon...coached by Zane Zamenski at South Mountain High School.

Matthew Tucker S 6-3 190 Fr. Aurora, Colo. (Grandview HS)
The first commitment among ASU's 2009 class, giving his verbal pledge to the Sun Devils on March 20, 2008...graduated high school early, enrolled at ASU in January and will compete in spring drills...is one of four midyear enrollees for the Sun Devils and he joins quarterback Brock Osweiler as the only true freshmen among ASU's 2009 class to enroll at ASU early...runs a 4.5 40-yard dash...played quarterback and in the defensive secondary for Grandview and will begin his Sun Devil career at safety...one of a total of four midyear additions for the Sun Devils...has excellent size for the safety position...regarded as a four-star prospect by Rivals.com...ranked as the No. 23 all-purpose athlete in the nation by Rivals.com...also regarded as the top all-purpose athlete in the state of Colorado and the state's No. 3 overall prospect by Rivals.com...listed as the No. 44 defensive back in the nation by SuperPrep...rated as the No. 6 defensive back and the No. 31 overall prospect among SuperPrep's Midlands 101 list, which includes athletes from nine states...ranked as the No. 61 safety in the country by Scout.com...earned All-Midlands Region honors by PrepStar...collected 80 total tackles (52 solo) as a junior in 2007...added five interceptions, nine pass breakups and three fumble recoveries...also scored five rushing touchdowns and threw for one touchdown...chose ASU over Oregon State...coached by John Schultz at Grandview High School.

Marcus Washington RB 6-1 195 Fr. Phoenix, Ariz. (Desert Vista HS)
Rated as the No. 42 running back prospect in the nation by Rivals.com...also regarded by Rivals.com as the No. 9 overall player in the state of Arizona and the state's No. 2 running back recruit, behind only fellow ASU signee Jamal Miles...was a teammate of current Sun Devils Allante Battle, Steven Figueroa and Zeb Togiai on Desert Vista's 2007 Arizona Class 5A-I state championship runner-up squad...was named to the Friday Night Heroes list by Phoenix Metro Football Magazine...split carries with several teammates as a senior and carried 63 times for 245 yards with three touchdowns...collected 53 yards on only four carries against Mesa on Sept. 12, 2008...posted a career-high 16 carries and gained 59 yards and a rushing touchdown against Mesquite on Sept. 26, 2008...also collected 11 tackles and a fumble recovery as a defensive back...carried 53 times for 415 yards (7.8 avg.) with four touchdowns as a junior and added nine tackles on defense...gained a career-high 102 yards on only two carries against Yuma on Oct. 12, 2007, both 51-yard touchdown runs...had a career-high 14 carries for 81 yards and a touchdown against Red Mountain on Nov. 30, 2007...totaled 51 rushing yards on only four carries with a score against Mountain View on Nov. 16, 2007... 'I've always been an Arizona State fan,' says Washington, 'They have always been my favorite.'...chose ASU over Arizona, Utah and Washington State...committed on Nov. 13, 2008...coached by Dan Hinds at Desert Vista High School.

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