Sun Devil Football announces the addition of TE Geor'quarius Spivey
TEMPE, Ariz. – Former Mississippi State tight end Geor'quarius Spivey has signed an athletics Grant-In-Aid letter to study and play football at Arizona State University, head coach Herm Edwards announced on Thursday.
After redshirting at MSU in 2017, the six-foot-five, 240-pound Spivey would go on to play in 27 games with five starting assignments over the next three seasons. His career statistics include 14 catches for 153 yards.
Spivey played at tight end his first two seasons but was moved to wide receiver in his final season after a change in offensive schemes.
Originally from Monroe, La., Spivey prepped at Richwood High School where he was rated a four-star prospect by Rivals and a three-star prospect by ESPN and 247Sports. Named one of the top 20 tight ends in the nation by all three outlets, Spivey helped lead Richwood to the Louisiana High School Athletic Association Class 3A championship game as a senior. He had five catches for 117 yards and two scores vs. West Feliciana in the state title game.
He concluded his senior campaign with 33 catches for 981 yards and nine touchdowns. As a junior, Spivey led the team with 36 receptions for 425 yards and seven touchdowns. He would go on to compete in the Louisiana High School Coaches Association All-Star Game and he also earned an invitation to Offense-Defense All-American Bowl
Spivey will have three years of eligibility at ASU.