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ASU Football: 3-Star Mission Viejo ILB Christian LaValle officially signs LOI

The Mission Viejo product is headed to Tempe.

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On June 20, 3-star Mission Viejo High School (California) linebacker Christian LaValle committed to Arizona State. Exactly six months later, he officially signed to be a Sun Devil.

LaValle is a 6-foot, 215 pound senior, and is rated the No. 45 ILB in the country by and is rated a 3-star by both Rivals and Scout. He chose ASU over Air Force, Army, and Navy.

In his senior season, LaValle recorded 128 total tackles (70 solo), a sack, intercepted two passes and caused two fumbles for the Diablos.

The Mission Viejo High School (CA) product visited Tempe on Dec. 15.

After ASU named Herm Edwards as head coach, here are LaValle’s thoughts on the Edwards era in Tempe.

"He has experience in the League (NFL) and will know how to get guys to the League because he knows what to expect from players at that level,” LaValle told “I think if he lets the current coordinators coach and he plays more of a CEO role, I think it will work out great so I'm excited."