A 6-foot-5, 280-pound presence signed with ASU this morning, as three-star commit Roman DeWys made things official by signing out of Basha High School on Early Signing Day.
One of the top offensive lineman in the state, DeWys’ recruitment was led by offensive line coach Dave Christensen.
Extremely happy to say I have officially signed my NLI, and am now a Sun Devil! ⬆️— Roman DeWys (@RomanDeWys) December 19, 2018
According to 247Sports, the lineman is the 29th best recruit in the state of Arizona. DeWys also had an offer from Boise State. He can bench press 315-pounds, and he can squat 550-pounds, according to NCSA.org.
Mixed along with three incoming freshmen quarterbacks and a returning Eno Benjamin, DeWys could play a role in helping create some space for his counterparts in the backfield. He is one of a number of offensive line signees for the Devils, including Dohnovan West and LaDarius Henderson, who also put pen to paper on Wednesday morning.
The hometown signee has been committed to ASU since June, and during his time at Basha, he participated in three sports. DeWys was a standout on the football field, the wrestling mat, and while competing in shot put in discus events in track and field.