Whenever a coaching change is made in college football, there’s almost always a wave of recruits that have reservations. The Arizona State Sun Devils are faced with their first Monday night.
Three-star wide receiver Jalen Nailor from Bishop Gorman High School in Las Vegas told Blair Angulo of 247Sports Monday night that he has decided to re-open his commitment following Graham’s firing.
BREAKING: Las Vegas (Nev.) Bishop Gorman three-star receiver Jalen Nailor tells me he has backed off his commitment to #ASU https://t.co/LyjKwMybIV pic.twitter.com/hR3uAR9HLW— Blair Angulo (@bangulo) November 28, 2017
In 14 games this season, Nailor caught 36 passes for 727 yards and 11 touchdowns and also intercepted a pass as a defensive back.
Nailor committed to ASU on July 22 and officially visited campus October 27 for the game against USC, which the Sun Devils lost 48-17. Other offers received by Nailor before his commitment include Arizona, Colorado, Michigan State and Wisconsin, but he has yet to make a second visit.
He was the lone wide receiver and Nevadan in the 2018 class, leaving 14 other players still set to join the program next season. Don’t be surprised, though, if this is just the first shoe to drop in the recruitment cycle for ASU.