Posted October 30, 2012 on arizonastate.scout.com
In his first season of junior college football, cornerback Damarious Randall wasted no time in making a statement. Consequently, his exploits at Mesa (Ariz.) Community College has drawn the attention of many schools, including nearby Arizona State. The Sun Devils have been actively recruiting him for nearly a month, and those efforts have paid off as Randall committed to ASU on Tuesday evening.
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