Aftershocks from Arizona State’s National Signing Day booms haven’t been uncommon in recent offseasons of the Todd Graham era.
In 2015, the Sun Devils landed eventual starting wide receiver Tim White in April. This past offseason, they added safety Deion Guignard, wideout Frank Darby, and offensive lineman Alex Losoya after National Signing Day.
On Saturday, ASU continued its trend of post-Signing Day additions by earning the commitment of tight end Ceejhay French-Love during an official visit.
✔️ #ForksUP pic.twitter.com/96uLkwyjdC— 1k (@2GREEEDY) February 26, 2017
During his sophomore year, French-Love hauled in 25 catches for 403 yards and nine touchdowns at East Los Angeles College. The 6-foot-5, 255-pounder spent his high school career at Long Beach Poly High School (Calif.).
French-Love is the second tight end acquisition the Sun Devils have made for their 2017 signing class, joining local signee Mark Walton (signee Kyle Soelle is expected to play linebacker).
The two signees mark the sixth and seventh tight ends to be rostered, including returners Jared Bubak, Tommy Hudson, Grant Martinez, Josh Pokraka and Jay Jay Wilson. ASU lost senior Raymond Epps earlier this offseason, who joined SMU as a graduate transfer.
French-Love is listed as an unranked prospect by Rivals, Scout, and 247 Sports.
Below, you can watch highlights of French-Love’s sophomore season at East Los Angeles College.