Hutchinson Community College (Kansas) three-star tight end Brett Bell de-committed from Arizona State via his Twitter page Tuesday evening.
I am open to any recruitment and any questions. pic.twitter.com/4cpGCDTDJZ— Brett Bell (@brettbell82) December 13, 2017
Bell is the fourth Sun Devil pledge to de-commit since the firing of Todd Graham on Nov. 26. Linebacker Kendrick Catis (Dec. 10), offensive lineman Jarrett Patterson (Dec. 6) and wide receiver Jalen Nailor (Nov. 27) reopened their recruitment before him.
The 6-foot-6, 260-pound tight end redshirted at Kansas State in 2016 before playing a season at Hutchinson CC. Bell ranks as the No. 7 tight end, and 114th player in the nation, according to 247Sports.com.
Bell also attained offers from Central Florida, Texas Tech, Colorado and Utah.
With Bell’s de-commitment, Arizona State owns just 11 recruits in its 2018 class. Bell was the only tight end to commit to ASU, leaving three-star athlete Stanley Lambert as the lone receiver left in the class.
The Sun Devils retain seven of eight tight ends back next season, including junior Ceejhay French-Love and redshirt sophomore Tommy Hudson, but lose redshirt senior Frank Ogas.