Update: Micah Soliai Howlett decommitted from the Sun Devils in September for Hawaii instead
The Sun Devils took advantage of a two for one deal on Thursday. First, Hawaiian offensive lineman Micah Soliai Howlett announced his pledge to ASU.
I had a great Official Visit at ASU recently and I’m blessed to say that 1000% commited to ASU A special thank you to @lisabenchaim @aguanos @KevinMawae @Koach_C for having me and making the trip to Tempe one that my family and I will never forget. TAI LAVA @MGUNNZ49 pic.twitter.com/Z5MWEhb9L4— Micah Soliai Howlett (@MicahSoliai) June 13, 2019
Shortly after him, a local product from Peoria’s Liberty High School, Frank Thompson also joined the 2020 class.
Proud to announce that I’m staying home, and that I’m 100% committed to ASU @LibertyFBLions @Coach_Gloden @Koach_C @KevinMawae @RonTBAOL @CoachPerrone @ASUFootball #2020Vision #Blessed pic.twitter.com/cqth3y63Ou— Frank Thompson #61 (@57FrankThompson) June 13, 2019
Soliai Howlett, who is from Kahuku , Hawaii, is rated by Rivals as a two-star, with 247Sports having him as a three-star. Projected as a guard, he stands at 6-foot-4, 288 pounds. He also holds offers from Hawaii, Fresno State, Navy and Nevada.
Reminder that both recruits have another season of high school play and rankings can change.
ASU is actively pursuing offensive linemen due to the fact after this season six players will graduate. Thus why they gained a commitment from Ben Bray already and a transfer from Oregon, Cody Shear, who will have to sit out the 2019 season unless he receives a cleared waiver.