Discussion in 'Arizona State' started by sundevil04, Sep 16, 2017.
Good to hear. I understand Arizona got a commitment from a top rated QB.
ASU gets a commitment from a 4 star rated QB in Joey Yellen. QB Ethan Long and Yellen are the Sun Devils only commitments thus far.
Yellen looks really good in his highlights. He started out at St. John Bosco's in Bellflower (right down the road from me), the same high school that Josh Rosen went to. Excited about him.
Nice to hear. I think the other QB recruit was more of an athlete.
Strong armed pocket passer who looks like he already has some pocket presence (moving around in the pocket, stepping into throws). Looked a bit Carson Palmer-ish.
I'm starting to believe.
ASU gets it's first in-state recruit, OL Roman DeWys from Chandler Basha.
ASU's Herm Edwards shares positive message with coaches, athletes
This sorta thing never gets old:
Edwards > Sumlin, so far.
Maybe a bit premature. Two games? Relying on prior staffs’ recruits. Let’s give it some time.
The key words are "so far".
Sumlin isn't the slam dunk UofA fans are making him out to be. He definitely proved he wasn't the guy to get things done at TAMU.
It's still early and as we know, seasons can turn for the good or bad quickly... But, everything I had hoped for with Herm seems to be trending in a positive direction thus far. Add in assistant coaches like Gonzalez, Likens, Antonio Pierce, Shaun Nua, Derek Hagan & Kevin Mawae... along with the incredible enhancements to the athletic facilities... It's really hard to argue that ASU hasn't done just about everything a program can do to put itself in the best possible position to be a consistent Pac-12 leader with occasional shots at bigger achievements.
I know many of you enjoy taking shots at Ray Anderson, but from my perspective, as I look at his entire body of work across ALL ASU athletics, I have nothing but props for Ray. The baseball situation still needs to be addressed, but overall, I have nothing by massive kudos for Ray.
Agreed. I think the proof will be whether he’s able to recruit or whether that was just Texas A&M.
It's funny because when he was at Houston, everyone thought he was an outstanding coach that could make noise if he was at a top program with top recruits.
He had multiple really good recruiting classes, but TAMU seemingly got worse once his guys took over. So he could recruit at TAMU, but couldn't at Houston. What makes anyone think it will be better in Tucson?
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