Posted May 20, 2013 on recruiting.scout.com
2014 Bellflower (Calif.) Bosco defensive back Jaleel Wadood remains an Arizona State commit, but for how much longer? A handful of coaches lined the field at Bosco's coaches barbecue to watch the four-star recruit and his teammates.
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