Sun Devils pick up two commitments ahead of signing day

Sun Devils pick up two commitments ahead of signing day

Published Feb. 2, 2015 10:25 p.m. ET

Two days before high school seniors can sign their national letters of intent, the Arizona State football program added two members to its 2015 recruiting class. Four-star linebacker JayJay Wilson confirmed his commitment to ASU Monday night via Twitter, and it came after 3-star cornerback Kareem Orr gave his commitment to the now-21-player class.

Coach Todd Graham's class ranked No. 25 heading into Monday but with the two additions moved up's team rankings to No. 18.

Wilson, a versatile athlete who played several positions for Valencia High School in Valencia, Ca., is a 6-foot-3, 228-pound player who projects as an outside linebacker. He chose ASU over Utah, Colorado and USC, and is ASU's fourth linebacker prospect in the 2015 class.

Orr, from Chattanooga, Ten., is a 6-foot, 185-pound defensive back who received interest from Indiana, Oklahoma, Ohio State and Clemson, among others. He is the second cornerback in Graham's class, joining four-star prospect Stanley Norman from Juniper Serra High School.


Graham's class will be officially inked on Wednesday during National Signing Day for the High School class. As it stands, the Sun Devils' class includes 14 3-star players, six 4-star players and one five-star commit, junior college linebacker Davon Durant, who has already signed.

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