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ASU Football Recruiting: 3-star defensive lineman Kammy Delp de-commits

Arizona State is still in the running for 4-star recruit Kammy Delp even after a de-commitment Sunday night.

Tom Hauck (Student Sports)

Just moments after Arizona State learned that local 3-star outside linebacker Ismael Murphy-Richardson gave a verbal commitment to the Sun Devils on Sunday night, 3-star defensive lineman Kammy Delp announced he has de-committed from the program.

Delp took to Twitter on Sunday night to explain his de-commitment after making an official visit to Tempe this weekend.

The 3-star lineman committed to Arizona State on national television during the first quarter of the Semper Fidelis Bowl just two weeks ago.

Delp, a Pomona, Calif. native and Diamond Ranch High School product, will still consider Arizona State as a finalist but will choose among the Sun Devils, the UCLA Bruins and the Washington Huskies.

A two-way standout in high school, Delp has had plenty of opportunities to surround himself with Sun Devils as he played with three current Arizona State commits at the Semper Fidelis Bowl. Delp also interacted with the Arizona State coaching staff and a large group commits over the weekend on his official visit.

At the time of his commitment, Delp was the second interior defensive line commitment Arizona State had received for the class of 2014. A fellow California native Tashon Smallwood is still a verbal commitment to the Sun Devils and Todd Graham hopes to keep his commitment solid leading up to Signing Day on Feb. 5.