Arizona State has had an incredible month on the recruiting trail despite the on-field production taking a dip, and that trend continued with Monday's commitment of junior college defensive end Koron Crump.
Crump, currently at Fort Scott Community College in Kansas, will graduate in December and be eligible to enroll in time for spring ball at ASU. Crump, a three-star recruit, chose the Sun Devils over offers from Baylor, Tennessee and Minnesota among others.
Crump is rated as the No. 53 JUCO player in the country by 247 sports and the No. 4 defensive end. According to SunDevilSource.com, Crump had 16.5 tackles for loss and 11 sacks last season.
Spoke with ASU commit Koron Crump, 6-foot-4, 220 pounds. Said he had 11 sacks, 16.5 TFLs this season, ASU felt like home to him, like family
— SunDevilSource.com (@SunDevilSource) November 16, 2015
The 6'3", 220-pounder is ASU's 15th commit of the 2016 class and his lean build combined with pass rush experience makes him a strong candidate to step into a Devilbacker role for ASU when he arrives in Tempe.
Below are highlights from his sophomore season at Fort Scott C.C.