It's almost time to sign on the real dotted line, but Dillon Faamatau, a class of 2015 defensive tackle, still decided to give his verbal commitment to the Sun Devils late Monday night. It was first reported by Chris Karpman of Asudevils.com
Norwalk 6-3 290 pound lineman @DillonFaamatau tells us he has committed to Arizona State following visit to the school. Had been WSU pledge.— ASUDevils.com (@ASUDevilscom) January 27, 2015
Out of Norwalk High School in Norwalk, California, he stands 6-foot-4 and 280 pounds and is a three-star recruit according to Rivals, Scout and ESPN. Scout had Faamatau as the No. 86 defensive tackle in his class while ESPN ranked him No. 67.
He was also fielding offers from Colorado, Fresno State, Hawaii, Utah, Utah State and Washington State. Faamatau was originally committed to the Cougars. He becomes the 20th commitment for ASU after Alfred Smith decommitted from the Sun Devils last week. He joins George Lea as the other defensive tackle in Todd Graham's 2015 class.
Watch his senior year highlight tape here: