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QB Eubank transferring, Devils land top JUCO running back

Friday night tidbits…

I was doing a show a couple of years ago when Arizona State linebacker Brandon Magee and his million dollar smile walked into the studio with a gangly built kid trailing him. Magee was there to build up the Sun Devil program and also show the way to freshman quarterback Michael Eubank. That was my first interaction with the young man who was billed as “the next great one” by recruiting services. It never happened. His short lived career at ASU will be remembered for the missed goal line plays at Missouri and in the Pac-12 title game against Stanford. Head coach Todd Graham announced after practice on Friday that Eubank is leaving the program. No one should be surprised by this bit of news.

I know that Mike Bercovici is behind Taylor Kelly for now (some believe he is a transfer possibility too), but 2014 Sun Devil quarterback commit Manny Wilkins (Novato, Calif) may not ever see a redshirt in his ASU locker.

De’Chavon Hayes. The number one-ranked junior college running back in the nation committed to ASU this morning. Hayes is 5’11, 190 pounds out of Scranton (Penn.) Lackawanna Community College. He chose the Sun Devils over Oklahoma, USC, and Virginia among others. His nickname is “Gump” (“run Forest run’).

Brad Cesmat

Brad Cesmat

Brad is the CEO of Sports360AZ starting the company in August of 2011 to fill a need in the ever changing landscape of media. With a focus on Arizona you catch Brad hosting a daily radio show, on the road with Arizona State football or standing on the sidelines of a high school football game…

  • Dave Nantz

    Never recruit anyone named De’Chavon. Responsible parents would not name their son that. If no responsible parents the kid is gonna be trouble. Just watch.

    • azsparky

      Never recruit a guy with the last name Nantz. Responsible parents would not leave that last name hangin on any person with potential. If no responsible parents the kid is gonna be trouble, posting idiotic threads on respectable websites promoting the sports of the greatest college in the nation, Arizona State. Just read above.
      Some peoples children.

  • Steve

    Hey Brad, are you guys on the radio at all? I’m an ASU lifer and can never find coverage. I’m guessing 360 but I didn’t know the band went that low. Just the other day I was thinking I should call ASU hoops since nobody does it. I’m.retiring from teaching this year. Twenty plus years of 7th graders will do it. If I can help, let me know. I wrote for the Republic for eight years too.


    • Brad Cesmat

      Monday-Friday 10-noon online and there is a daily podcast that is usually up by mid afternoon