Chandler (Ariz.) quarterback Bryce Perkins has signed and faxed his national letter of intent, making his commitment to ASU official. Perkins gave his verbal commitment to ASU in late August and led Chandler High School to a state championship in his senior season.
In 2014, Perkins threw for 3,001 yards, 46 touchdowns and just six interceptions. He also rushed for 676 yards and five touchdowns, on his way to winning the Arizona Cardinals state Player of the Year.
ESPN ranks Perkins as the No. 14 duel-threat quarterback in the nation and a 4-star prospect. Rivals ranks Perkins as a 3-star prospect and the nation's No. 20 duel-threat quarterback.
The 247 Sports composite ranks Perkins as the nation's No. 17 duel-threat quarterback and the 6th best player in the state of Arizona. Perkins stands 6-foot-3 and weights in around 200 pounds. Perkins had offers from UCLA, Northwestern and Arizona on top of Arizona State.
Perkins will likely redshirt 2015 and compete with Manny Wilkins and Brady White for the starting quarterback job in 2016.
Below are highlights of Perkins' senior year.