Posted February 06, 2013 on AP on Fox
Arizona State loaded up on junior college talent in coach Todd Graham's second recruiting class, but the Sun Devils lost the star high school quarterback they thought they were going to get. Joshua Dobbs had verbally committed to Arizona State, but at the last minute changed his mind and signed with Tennessee, leaving the Sun Devils without a quarterback recruit for the second year in a row. Graham didn't talk about Dobbs by name but said the plan was to bring in a quarterback and that changed on Wednesday. The 27 Arizona State recruits included 10 from junior colleges, headed by defensive lineman Marcus Hardison of Dodge City Community College. The list of freshman recruits was topped by linebacker Chans Cox of Blue Ridge High in Lakeside, Ariz.

One step at a time for ASU on tourney journey

TEMPE, Ariz. Arizona State opens the second half of the Pac-12 season with a clear path to a postseason tournament, which would be a first for every player on the roster. The Sun Devils have not been to the NCAA tournament since the James Harden days. But they dutifully aware of maintaining the focus on the present and on the process that has carried them to one of the best...

Devils Digest’s LOI Day Tracker

Roughly 24 of the Sun Devils’ 2013 prospects are scheduled to fax their letters of intent today to ASU. Throughout the day Devils Digest will bring you all the latest news concerning the Sun Devils’ 2013 recruiting class members on our LOI Day Tracker thread.

110 Sports Podcast: Steve Patterson

Arizona State athletic director Steve Patterson joins Matt this week to discuss the state of Sun Devil athletics. He talks about the last year, discusses changes made in their customer service department, updates the plans to renovate Sun Devil Stadium and offers thoughts on paying college athletes. Plus, he talks about the success ASU's football and basketball teams are having...

Ball pledges, signs with ASU on NLI day

Sometimes family ties are hard to overcome in recruiting, but Arizona State was able to manage that aspect when pursuing Marcus Ball. The Westerville-South (Ohio) athlete, who’s brother Ray Hall plays for Wisconsin, has decommitted from the Badgers in favor of the Sun Devils and made his announcement official today at a ceremony at his high school as he signed his NLI earlier in the day.

Devils hang on for home win

Leading 60-45 with 7:51 remaining in the game, Arizona State appeared on the verge of a runaway victory against Cal. A furious rally by the visitors nearly negated that comfortable lead, as the Sun Devils escaped with a 66-62 win, notching their 18th victory of the season.

ASU class could hinge on last-minute decisions

National Signing Day is Wednesday, and Arizona State looks to secure a strong class for Todd Graham's second season in Tempe. But even now a few things remain up in the air, less than 24 hours before the faxes start rolling in. To get some answers to those questions and more general analysis of ASU's expected class, we talked to Brandon Huffman, a national recruiting analyst...

CSDTV: Previewing ASU

Mike Montgomery scouts Arizona State's playmakers in this premium cut-up of his Tuesday press conference.

NSD 2013: Ronald Lewis

Go inside to hear directly from Arizona State signee Ronald Lewis, a three-star wide receiver from the West Bank of New Orleans...

Paul Randolph Q&A

Devils Digest’s Courtney Baker caught up with Arizona State’s Defensive Coordinator Paul Randolph to talk about the 2013 recruiting class and the newcomers on this side of the ball.

2013 recruiting class awards

Devils Digest doles out honors to some of the more notable Sun Devils newcomers who signed with ASU today.

VIDEO: Otomewo Makes it Official

Los Angeles (Calif.) Dorsey safety Jayme Otomewo discusses signing with Arizona State and what the experience means for him...
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