Arizona State University signed 27 student-athletes to national letters of intent on Wednesday.
This year's class consists of 16 freshmen, six juniors and five sophomores.
Students will be coming to ASU from nine different states including Alabama, Arizona, California, Florida, Iowa, Louisiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Texas.
Four of the recruits are native to Arizona. That group includes Chans Cox, Kisima Jagne, Grant Martinez and Christian Westerman who is the most highly-rated offensive recruit from Arizona in over a decade.
(Name Position Year Height Weight Hometown/Last School)
Marcus Ball S FR 6-3 205 Westerville, Ohio/Westerville-South HS
Nick Begg DE FR 6-5 250 Santa Margarita, Calif./Rancho Santa Margarita HS
Demetrius Cherry DL JR 6-6 275 Frostproof, Fla./Frostproof Middle HS/Contra Costa College
Chans Cox LB FR 6-3 230 Lakeside, Ariz./Blue Ridge HS
William Earley CB FR 6-1 200 Mesquite, Texas/West Mesquite HS
Eriquel Florence LB JR 6-1 235 Valley, Ala./Valley HS/Contra Costa College
Matt Haack P FR 6-1 185 West Des Moines, Iowa/Dowling HS
Marcus Hardison DL JR 6-5 290 Punta Gorda, Fla./Charlotte HS/Dodge City CC
Kisima Jagne DL FR 6-5 265 Chandler, Ariz./Chandler HS
Ellis Jefferson WR FR 6-4 200 Denton, Texas/Guyer HS
James Johnson S FR 6-2 200 Upland, Calif./Upland HS
Nick Kelly OL SO 6-3 280 Orangevale, Calif./Casa Roble HS/American River College
Alani Latu LB FR 6-2 230 Rancho Cucamonga, Calif./Rancho Cucamonga HS
Viliami Latu LB FR 6-2 230 Rancho Cucamonga, Calif./Rancho Cucamonga HS
Ronald Lewis WR FR 6-0 185 Harvey, La./West Jefferson HS
Antonio Longino LB RS SO 6-3 225 East Cleveland, Ohio/Shaw HS/Hutchinson CC
Grant Martinez TE FR 6-5 210 Scottsdale, Ariz./Notre Dame Prep
Solomon Means DB RS SO 6-1 170 Stockton, Calif./Lincoln HS/Butte College
Joseph Morris WR JR 6-4 200 West Palm Beach, Fla./American Heritage HS/Pierce College
De’Marieya Nelson TE RS JR 6-3 230 Stockton, Calif./Chavez Senior HS/San Joaquin Delta College
Jayme Otomewo S FR 6-2 190 Los Angeles, Calif./Dorsey HS
Jack Powers OL FR 6-6 260 Salinas, Calif./Palma HS
Damarious Randall DB RS JR 6-0 185 Pensacola, Fla./Pensacola HS/Mesa CC
Cameron Smith WR FR 6-0 185 Coppell, Texas/Coppell HS
Corey Smith DL FR 6-7 260 New Orleans, La./O.Perry Walker School
Jaelen Strong WR RS SO 6-4 205 Philadelphia, Pa./West Philadelphia Catholic HS/Pierce College
Christian Westerman OL RS SO 6-4 303 Chandler, Ariz./Hamilton HS/Auburn
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