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Daily Devil Dish: Sun Devil basketball adds commit, football recruiting news

Wrapping up the best from a slow summer Tuesday in Arizona State athletics.

Greg Bartram-USA TODAY Sports

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ASU Basketball lands local recruit - Bobby Hurley added the 12th scholarship player to his still-forming 2015 squad, earning the commitment of of former Westview HS star Andre Adams. Adams hails from Avondale and was a highly-recruited 2014 recruit, but academic issues forced him into a post-grad year at a private Florida school. Adams' 2015 campaign was marred by an ACL tear, but he projects to be ready for action this season and brings much-needed size and defensive versatility to the Sun Devils.

Nashville Predators draftee chooses Sun Devils - The ascension of the Arizona State hockey program from club to Division 1 has been met with positive results on the recruiting trail. On Tuesday the Sun Devils picked up another weapon to add to its arsenal in former North Dakota forward Wade Murphy. Murphy comes to Tempe under the requirement that he sit out the 2015-16 season, and he'll join three other transfers redshirting in 2015-16, a season that will consist of a hybrid club and Division 1 schedule.

Sun Devil Football Recruiting Updates

Robbie Robinson - A four-star 2016 cornerback from Virginia, Robinson made it known on his Twitter that he'll be announcing his college choice on Saturday.

If he chooses the Sun Devils, Robinson would be the second commit from the state of Virginia in two years to turn down major offers to play for Arizona State, joining 2015 commit Jason Lewis. Robinson holds offers from the University of Virginia as well as Clemson, Ohio State and Duke.

Dillon Sterling-Cole - ASU is fresh off of signing a pair of four-star quarterbacks in Brady White and Bryce Perkins, but that hasn't stopped Todd Graham from pursuing another elite QB prospect. Sterling-Cole is the last quarterback of the ESPN 300 for the Class of 2016 that has yet to make a commitment. Sterling-Cole released a top five of his college choices, placing Arizona State at the top of the list.