As ASU’s 2019 class begins to take shape, Arizona State’s offense of the future is getting clearer. Herm Edwards and Co. added two quarterbacks — Ethan Long and Joey Yellen — and offensive lineman Roman DeWys last wee. On Saturday, that 2019 class added another future offensive weapon.
DeArman also received offers from Arkansas, Baylor, Wisconsin, Texas Tech, Iowa, Kansas State and San Diego State, among others. He ranks as the 60th-best athlete in the nation and the 85th-best player in the state of Texas by Rivals.com.
The Bowie High School athlete wrote in his Twitter bio he is an “Arizona State FS commit,” but he also played quarterback and wide receiver in high school, throwing for 462 yards on 80 attempts last season and catching 39 passes for 455 yards his sophomore season.
Defensively, DeArman was second-most on the team with 64 tackles. He also returned a team-high three interceptions for 43 yards.
According to the 6-foot, 185-pound athlete’s Hudl page, DeArman runs a 4.49-second 40-yard dash and boasts a 35-inch vertical.
Here is a highlight mixtape from DeArman’s junior season: