The Arizona State Sun Devils picked up a commitment from 3-star tight end Jared Bubak Monday night. The Lincoln, Nebraska, native was once committed to the Nebraska Cornhuskers and he made his pledge to the Sun Devils official via Twitter Monday evening.
Boom!!!! Great day to be a Sun Devil! Just got better!— Todd Graham (@CoachGrahamASU) July 21, 2015
Bubak is rated as a 3-star prospect by 247 sports and ESPN recruiting. Rivals ranks him as the No. 1 player in the state of Nebraska and the nation's 28th best tight end. 247 sports ranks him as the No. 23 tight end in the nation with ESPN seeing him as the 10th best tight end in the country.
The 6-foot-4, 235-pound Bubak committed to his hometown Nebraska in September of 2014. Last month, he decommited from the Cornhuskers and there were plenty of rumors that ASU was the favorite following the decommitment.
Bubak held offers from Nebraska, ASU, Kentucky, Tennessee and South Dakota State. He has visited Tempe twice since he was offered in February.
Bubak becomes the ninth commitment in the 2016 recruiting class, following the decommitment of safety D.J. Morgan last week. Below are highlights of ASU's latest commitment.