Their 2018 season isn't quite over, but the Arizona State Sun Devils may have already found their quarterback for 2019.
Jayden Daniels, a highly-touted quarterback from San Bernardino, California, announced on Thursday his commitment to play for ASU next season.
The 6-foot-3, 185-pound Daniels is considered by some to be the top dual-threat QB in the 2019 class.
Daniels had offers from over two dozen schools, including Alabama, Florida State, LSU and Ohio State, as well as ASU's archrival Arizona. He joins Joey Yellen and Ethan Long as quarterbacks to commit to ASU in the 2019 class.
ASU will look for a new starting quarterback next season, as senior QB Manny Wilkins' last game at ASU will take place Saturday at the Las Vegas Bowl. Wilkins has been the Sun Devils' starting QB for the last three seasons.
The Sun Devils went 7-5 overall and 5-4 in the Pac-12 in their first regular season under first-year head coach Herm Edwards.