The 2019 Arizona State recruiting train is starting to pick up steam.
A week after picking up commitments from two decorated out-of-state quarterbacks, the Sun Devils picked up some protection up front in 6-foot-5, 290-pound Basha High School tackle Roman DeWys.
— Roman DeWys (@RomanDeWys) June 12, 2018
DeWys has been a frequent visitor to ASU and believes the offer to his “dream school” was simply too good to pass up. He performed well at some of the Sun Devils’ recent camps and seemed to connect with assistant coaches Dave Christensen and Kevin Mawae.
— Ralph Amsden (@ralphamsden) June 7, 2018
He’s also physically mature despite being just 16 years old. DeWys skipped a grade in school and already squats 495 pounds and benches 225 multiple times.
ASU was his first offer and Herm Edwards’ first in-state commitment in his first full recruiting cycle in Tempe.