Arizona State is expected to be in the mix for a few different players on National Signing Day, but the Sun Devils were disappointed on Wednesday morning as they learned that offensive tackle Kenyon Frison will play his college ball at Oklahoma.
Arizona State was one of Frison's final four choices on Wednesday morning as he selected between the Sun Devils, the Oklahoma Sooners, the Nebraska Cornhuskers, and the Utah Utes.
Frison was verbally committed to Utah early on in his recruiting process, but de-committed from the Utes after making an official visit to Arizona State over the weekend of Jan. 17.
Frison made four official visits in total as he trekked down to Oklahoma in November before visiting Utah, his home-state school in December. Frison came to Arizona State on his third official visit but decided to take a final look at Nebraska over the weekend of Jan. 24 before making up his mind.
At 6-foot-5 and 290 pounds, Frison has an extraordinary frame for offensive line coaches to work with and has the athleticism to make a difference with the Sooners as a freshman.
Rivals.com considers Frison the 32nd best offensive tackle in the country while Scout values Frison slightly higher at 25th overall. Both recruiting services rank Frison as a 4-star recruit.
Though Frison's loss is a disappointment, Arizona State did receive a letter of intent from verbal commit Sam Jones on Wednesday morning which ensures that the Sun Devils will sign at least one quality offensive tackle.