The Arizona State Sun Devils announced a late addition to its 2016 recruiting class as junior college offensive lineman Alex Losoya has signed his National Letter of Intent with the Sun Devils. The ASU football Twitter account made the news official Saturday morning.
Losoya played this past season at Orange Coast College in California. He stands 6-foot-4 and weighs 300 pounds. Losoya visited the ASU campus officially this past weekend following visits with Auburn and Arkansas.
He will enroll in the summer and be eligible in the fall. Losoya will have four years to play three (meaning he does have a redshirt year as well as three years of eligibility remaining).
The Santa Ana native played his high school football at Southern California power Mater Dei. He fielded offers Missouri, Texas Tech, Arkansas, Auburn, Baylor, Colorado and Kansas State in addition to ASU.
The Sun Devils have added three new players in the last few days. Friday the team announced the addition of former Texas DB Bryson Echols as a graduate transfer as well as New Jersey high school wide receiver Frank Darby. With the addition of Loyosa, ASU's 2016 recruiting class now stands at 22 players, including six from the junior college ranks.
Below are highlights of Losoya from his freshman season at Orange Coast Junior College.