ASU football 2021 recruiting class tracker: Early signing day
The Arizona State Sun Devils still have a game to go in the 2020 football season, but the coaching staff will take Wednesday to solidify its 2021 recruiting class.
The early national signing period will allow commits to officially sign their letters of intent.
ASU, which put together a top-25 recruiting class last year, according to 247 Sports, began the 2021 class’ early signing period with 14 verbally committed players and one transfer making up the No. 46-ranked group in the nation.
The top-ranked prospect committed, 4-star cornerback Isaiah Johnson, announced Wednesday that he would not send in his letter of intent on Wednesday and will wait for the February signing period.
Johnson was the 136th-ranked player in the entire class.
Even though the coronavirus pandemic led to a cancellation of three games in 2020, the Sun Devils will presumably enter next season with a coaching staff that saw lots of turnover a year prior. First-year offensive coordinator Zak Hill and first-year co-defensive coordinators Marvin Lewis and Antonio Pierce will have four regular season games under their belt in 2020.
The return of quarterback Jayden Daniels and the 2021 eligibility of all the players on the current roster also will help ASU, as it will every other team.
Below is a running tally of the recruits who have officially signed with Arizona State during the early signing period before the next national signing day on Wednesday, Feb. 6.
ASU 2021 recruiting class signings
ATH Tommi Hill, Edgewater High School (Orlando, Fla.) — 4 stars
WR Lonyatta Alexander, Kenneday Catholic High School (Burien, Wash.) — 4 stars
DE Eric Gentry, Neumann Goretti High School (Philadelphia) — 3 stars
OLB Jaydon Williams, South Oak Cliff High School (Dallas) — 3 stars
QB Finn Collins, Bishop Alemany (Mission Hills, Calif.) — 3 stars
CB Robert Regan, Orange Lutheran High School (Orange, Calif.) — 3 stars
DE Gharin Stansbury, Franklin High School (Franklin, La.) — 3 stars
OT Isaia Glass, Queen Creek High School (Queen Creek, Ariz.) — 3 stars
OT Austin Barry, John W. North High School (Riverside, Calif.) — 3 stars
DE Travez Moore, LSU – 4 stars in 2018 class