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 Draft Scout College Football Player News: Arizona State
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  The Arizona State Sun Devils have added yet another transfer and it comes at a position they have placed an emphasis on in its recent recruiting efforts. The addition is tight end Geor'quarius Spivey of Mississippi State who will have three years of eligibility remaining. He reportedly picked ASU over Auburn, Indiana and Texas Tech. The 6-foot-5, 240-pounder started three games last season and had 11 catches for 121 yards as a wide receiver. His best game came against state rival Mississippi when he managed five catches for 97 yards in a 31-24 loss. Senior Curtis Hodges seemed to be coming into his own at the end of last season at the position although he missed much of spring practice. The Sun Devils also have another transfer there in freshman Jalin Conyers, who came over from Oklahoma although he did not play last season. Conyers took part in spring practice and had some stellar moments. - Arizona Republic

(DS#999 TE) rJr/2023 TE Georquarius SpiveyArizona State
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  05/11/21 - Jayden DanielsJr/2023, Arizona State, 6-2, 185 (DS#7 QB) + More +

  Early odds for who could go No. 1 overall in the 2022 NFL draft are out and some of the names in the Top 10 are very familiar ones for Arizona football fans. PointsBet has Oklahoma quarterback Spencer Rattler, a former Phoenix Pinnacle High standout, No. 1 in its odds to be the top pick at +225. USC QB Kedon Slovis, a former Scottsdale Desert Mountain star, is fifth at +1000. Arizona State quarterback Jayden Daniels is tied for eighth at +2000 in odds to be the overall No. 1 pick in 2022. BetMGM lists Rattler second in its odds at +300, with Slovis fourth at +800. Daniels is not listed by that sportsbook as a possibility to go No. 1 overall. - Arizona Republic

(DS#7 QB) Jr/2023 QB Jayden DanielsArizona State
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  04/17/21 - Jacob NunezSo/2024, Arizona State, 6-3, 315 (DS#999 OG) + More +

  The Arizona State Sun Devils have spent the last few years trying to add depth on the offensive line, so much so that the position is better stocked than it has been in the last six or so years. So one has opted to seek playing time elsewhere. Freshman Jacob Nunez, a product of Lompoc High School (California) has entered the transfer portal. The 6-foot-3, 315-pounder was part of the 2020 signing class but did not play in any of the Sun Devils four games last season. ASU wrapped up spring drills late last month with Nunez getting reps primarily with the third team. ASU has 19 other scholarship linemen and heads into the 2021 season in solid shape with the return of four of its its five starters. Nunez, a three-star recruit by all major recruiting service, committed to ASU on July 4, 2019 and enrolled in January of 2020. He as ranked as the No. 89 offensive guard and and No. 127 overall prospect in California's 2020 recruiting class in the 247Sports Composite tally. - Arizona Republic

(DS#999 OG) So/2024 OG Jacob NunezArizona State
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  03/06/21 - Frank DarbyrSr/2021, Arizona State, 6-0, 201 (DS#29 WR) + More +

  Former Arizona State football standouts Frank Darby and Aashari Crosswell have been invited to the 2021 NFL Scouting ombine, although that annual pre-draft event will have a different look this year due to the coronavirus pandemic. The event usually is held in Indianapolis, but this year there won't be in-person workouts conducted. All interviews and psychological testing will be virtual with a plan to conduct medical tests still being discussed. Athletes will undergo drills and workouts at their respective Pro Days with a maximum of three representatives per NFL team eligible to attend. The NFL Scouting Combine serves as a barometer for teams in evaluating draft potential. A total of 323 college players have been included. Darby, a 6-foot-1, 200-pound wide receiver, played 40 games in his ASU career, tallying 67 receptions for 1,317 yards and 13 touchdowns. - Arizona Republic

(DS#29 WR) rSr/2021 WR Frank DarbyArizona State
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  The fact that former University of Utah wide receiver Bryan Thompson announced Thursday afternoon that he is transferring to Arizona State has everything to do with a now-defunct piece of Pac-12 legislation. On May 20, 2019, the Pac-12 announced that its presidents and chancellors voted to eliminate the "loss of a season" penalty for student-athletes who want to transfer from conference school to another. Student-athletes would still be subject to NCAA rules mandating they sit out one year, but that year would no longer count against their eligibility.

Thompson, who will be a redshirt junior in 2021 after the NCAA froze the eligibility clock in 2020, entered the transfer portal on Feb. 2 after 33 career games with the Utes dating back to the 2017 season. Thompson had 33 catches for 756 yards and four touchdowns in those 33 games. The Moreno Valley, Calif., native broke out in 2019 as a redshirt junior, hauling in 18 passes for 461 yards and three scores. - Salt Lake Tribune


(DS#999 WR) rSr/2022 WR Bryan ThompsonArizona State
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  The Arizona State football team has a lot of wide receivers, although the group is young as a whole. The Sun Devils will be adding a veteran to the mix in Utah transfer Bryan Thompson, who announced on social media he is headed to Tempe. Thompson, who will have two years of eligibility remaining, could be the vertical threat the Sun Devils are looking for to replace the departed Frank Darby. Thompson, a 6-foot-2, 207-pounder, recorded nine catches for 182 yards and a touchdown in five games for the Utes last season. He had his best game with three receptions for 65 yards in a 24-21 loss to Washington. He caught a 13-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter of that contest. He had racked up 33 catches for 756 yards and four touchdowns in his Utah career. In 2019 he was Utah's second-leading receiver with 18 receptions for 461 receiving yards, for an average of 25.6 yards per catch. He played in 12 games, starting nine of those. - Arizona Republic

(DS#999 WR) rSr/2022 WR Bryan ThompsonArizona State
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  The University of Utah lost a veteran wide receiver on Monday afternoon. Bryan Thompson, a redshirt junior who played in all five games in 2020 and 33 for his career, has entered the NCAA Transfer Portal, The Salt Lake Tribune has confirmed. 247sports.com was first to report Thompson's exit from Salt Lake City. With the NCAA having frozen eligibility for fall athletes in the face of the COVID-19, Thompson will again be a redshirt junior in 2021. In 33 career games with the Utes dating back to the 2017 season, Thompson had 33 catches for 756 yards and four touchdowns. The Moreno Valley, Calif., native broke out in 2019 as a redshirt junior, hauling in 18 passes for 461 yards and three scores. - Salt Lake Tribune

(DS#999 WR) rSr/2022 WR Bryan ThompsonArizona State
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  Arizona State junior kicker Cristian Zendejas has become the second Sun Devil this week to enter the transfer portal. Zendejas, a product of Perry High School and the son of former ASU legend Luis Zendejas, was 9-for-9 in extra point kicks in the shortened season but only 2-for-4 on field goal tries with misses from 40 and 45 yards. Freshman Jack Luckhurst also saw some playing time and, at worst, had probably equaled Zendejas on the depth chart. He was 9-for-9 on extra points and made his only field goal try which was from 49 yards out against UCLA. Luckhurst came into that game after Zendejas missed from 45 yards out in the first quarter. Zendejas had a stellar 2019, going 19-for-20 on extra points and converting 23 of 27 field goal tries but had a best of 43 yards and was 5-for-7 on attempts 40 to 49 yards. - Arizona Republic

(DS#25 K) rSr/2022 K Christian ZendejasArizona State
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  01/06/21 - K.J. JarrellrSr/2022, Arizona State, 6-1, 190 (DS#999 FS) + More +

  Redshirt junior safety K.J. Jarrell of Arizona State is headed to the transfer portal, indicating that on social media Monday night. Jarrell, a product of Saguaro High School, opted out of the shortened 2020 season but likely would not have factored in had he played. The 6-foot-2, 190-pounder was used sparingly in seven games in 2019, primarily on special teams, finishing with two tackles. - Arizona Republic

(DS#999 FS) rSr/2022 FS K.J. JarrellArizona State
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  01/06/21 - Jayden DanielsJr/2023, Arizona State, 6-2, 185 (DS#7 QB) + More +

  ASU football quarterback Jayden Daniels could have a say in the Heisman Trophy discussion in 2021, according to odds released this week by SportsBetting.ag. The SportsBook has the Arizona State sophomore at +1400 to win the award for college football's best player next season, tied for eighth in the country. Oklahoma quarterback Spencer Rattler, an Arizona high school product, is the favorite at +500. Daniels completed 58.3% of his passes last season, throwing five touchdown passes and having one pass intercepted. The Sun Devils only played four games due to the COVID-19 pandemic. He also rushed for 223 yards and four touchdowns for ASU, which went 2-2. Daniels gives ASU a legitimate Heisman contender, something it hasn't had for years. - Arizona Republic

(DS#7 QB) Jr/2023 QB Jayden DanielsArizona State
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  01/05/21 - Chase LucasrSr/2022, Arizona State, 6-0, 180 (DS#27 CB) + More +

  Add another to the list of Arizona State football players looking to come back next year and finish what they started. Senior cornerback Chase Lucas indicated on social media he too is planning to return and take advantage of the NCAA's mandate to grant athletes an extra season of eligibility due to the circumstances presented by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Lucas joins fellow defenders Jack Jones and Evan Fields who publicized the same decision in the last week. The decision by Lucas, a product of Chandler High School, probably wasn't a surprise to many as social media posts on the part of Sun Devil assistant coaches last week seemed to hint that would be the case. - Arizona Republic

(DS#27 CB) rSr/2022 CB Chase LucasArizona State
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  01/02/21 - Jalin ConyersSo/2024, Arizona State, 6-3, 228 (DS#999 TE) + More +

  Oklahoma freshman Jalin Conyers is entering the NCAA transfer portal, he announced Wednesday morning via his Twitter account. Conyers, a 6-foot-4 receiver/tight end from Gruver, Texas, was a consensus four-star prospect and All-American Bowl selection but has yet to play for the Sooners this season. - Norman Transcript

(DS#999 TE) So/2024 TE Jalin ConyersArizona State
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  01/02/21 - D.J. TaylorSo/2024, Arizona State, 5-09, 195 (DS#999 CB) + More +

  2020 ALL-PAC-12 CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM: RS D.J. Taylor, Fr., Arizona State,...True freshman return specialist D.J. Taylor caught the eye of Sun Devil nation thanks to several electrifying returns...Taylor took the opening kickoff back for a touchdown in the Territorial Cup, the first Sun Devil to accomplish the feat against Arizona...The Brandon, Florida native nearly had another kickoff return for a touchdown against UCLA, but was tripped on a 42-yard return and earned a 15-yard penalty to set the Sun Devil offense up with prime field position...Was credited with at least one tackle in three of the four games this season on the return coverage unit. - Arizona State Football

(DS#999 CB) So/2024 CB D.J. TaylorArizona State
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  2020 ALL-PAC-12 CONFERENCE OFFENSIVE FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR HONORABLE MENTION: Running back Chip Trayanum enjoyed one of the most impressive starts to a career by a freshman running back in program history...The four-star recruit showed why he was one of the most highly-pursued prospects in the class, rushing for 290 yards in his debut season...Trayanum had at least one touchdown in three of four games this season, highlighted by a two-touchdown effort in his first college game at No. 20 USC...He averaged nearly six yards per carry and was extremely hard to tackle, earning a chunk of his yards after contact. - Arizona State Football

(DS#25 RB) So/2024 RB DeaMonte TrayanumArizona State
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  01/02/21 - Rachaad WhiteSr/2022, Arizona State, 6-1, 195 (DS#22 RB) + More +

  2020 ALL-PAC-12 CONFERENCE HONORABLE MENTION: RB Rachaad White, Jr.,...All-purpose junior running back Rachaad White helped ease the loss of two-time First Team All-Conference selection Eno Benjamin to the Arizona Cardinals in the 2020 NFL Draft...White was spectacular on the ground and as a receiver, emerging as one of the most dynamic playmakers in the conference...The Kansas City, Missouri native finished with 420 rushing yards and over 150 receiving yards, leading the Sun Devils in both categories...He averaged 11.4 yards per offensive touch this season. - Arizona State Football

(DS#22 RB) Sr/2022 RB Rachaad WhiteArizona State
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