ASU Football adds Impact defensive player

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Marshall “Bo” Wallace has signed an athletics Grant-In-Aid letter to study and play football at Arizona State University, Head Coach Todd Graham announced Friday. Wallace comes to the Sun Devils after having a change of heart about attending Notre Dame this coming fall. 

Wallace, a 6-4, 215-pound defensive end from John Curtis Christian High School in New Orleans, Louisiana, is a lightning-quick edge-rusher with a nose for the quarterback that could fit well into ASU’s Devilbacker scheme.

Wallace had 16 tackles for loss at John Curtis Christian last season, including nine sacks. He had 52 total tackles during his senior campaign. Wallace played in the Semper Fi All America Bowl as a Senior and was an American Family Insurance All-USA Louisiana Football Team selection. He helped John Curtis to a 12-2 record and a runner-up finish in the Louisiana Division 1 State Playoffs.

Wallace is listed by Scout.com as a four-star prospect and as the nation’s No. 21 outside linebacker and is rated a three-star prospect by 247 Sports and Rivals and No. 26 at outside linebacker by both.