Brady White, a 4-star quarterback recruit, chose Arizona State over Cal and Oregon this afternoon, becoming the sixth verbal commitment of the Sun Devils' 2015 recruiting class.
Boom!! Great day to be a Sun Devil! #SunDevilBrotherhood
— Todd Graham (@CoachGrahamASU) May 2, 2014
White, who stands 6-foot-2 and weighs 186 pounds, is a pro-style quarterback who hails from William S. Hart High School in Newhall, California. He is No. 3 at his position and the No. 71 best recruit in the country according to Rivals. He was also ranked 126th out of the top 300 players in 2015 class according to ESPN. He is the highest-rated quarterback prospect to ever sign with Arizona State.
He led the Indians to the CIF Championship last season passing for 4,535 yards with 41 touchdowns and 18 interceptions and rushed for another 525 yards and nine touchdowns. Hart High School quarterback alumni include Kyle Boller and Matt Moore.
White, who was a U.S. Army All-American last season, and had 16 total offers which also included Penn State, San Diego State, Louisville, Tennessee, Arizona and Nebraska according to Rivals.com. The Sun Devils offered White in February and he visited Tempe two times last month as he weighed his options according to 247Sports.
White becomes the second signal-caller commitment of the class of 2015 for Arizona State in what is quickly shaping up to be one of the Sun Devils' best classes ever under center. Chandler High School quarterback Bryce Perkins, the No. 12 dual-threat quarterback in the country according to Rivals, gave his word to the Sun Devils in early April.
Below are some of Hart's highlights from his junior year.