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6-foot-7 OL Spencer Lovell flips commitment from Colorado State to Arizona State

Sure makes Donnie Yantis look big.


Rocky Mountain High School (Fort Collins, Colorado) offensive lineman Spencer Lovell flipped his commitment from Colorado State to Arizona State on Super Bowl Sunday via his Twitter.

The 6-7, 315-pound offensive guard committed to Colorado State in July before he flipped to ASU. He visited UCLA on Jan. 28, then took an official visit to Tempe this weekend, according to Sun Devil Source and Devils Digest.

Lovell is rated a two-star by Rivals and a three-star by 247Sports, ranking as the No. 8 recruit in Colorado and the No. 77 offensive guard in the nation by 247Sports.

Joining running back Isaiah Floyd, Lovell is the second player to commit with the Sun Devils who has yet to sign. Cassius Peat and Joseph Zepp, who committed to ASU in late January, will both join as walk-ons.

Lovell is the second offensive lineman in the 2018 recruiting class, joining 6-6, 340-pound offensive tackle Ralph Frias.

Below is Lovell’s senior year highlight tape.