Head coach Herm Edwards sought out experience for his offensive line this offseason. After landing Texas A&M transfer Kellen Diesch earlier this month, Edwards got another graduate transfer.
Stanford guard Henry Hattis announced via his Instagram that he will spend the 2020 season in Tempe as a Sun Devil:
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I’d like to thank Stanford for 4 great years. I will always be grateful for the experiences and relationships I built and the memories made in Palo Alto. I want to thank my coaches and teammates for helping me become the person I am. With my 5th year of eligibility I will be transferring to Arizona State University. Thank you Coach Edwards, Christensen, Mawae, and Hill for believing in me and giving me this amazing opportunity. #forksup
Hattis started six games for the Cardinal last season before suffering a season-ending knee injury in October against Washington. He is listed at 6-foot-6, 297 pounds on the Stanford website.
Originally out of Rio Rancho, NM, Hattis was rated by both recruiting services, Rivals and 24Sports, as a three-star recruit in 2016. 247Sports ranked him as the best player out of New Mexico.
It’s likely that LaDarius Henderson and Dohnovan West, the pair of freshmen who played a lot last year, will have two of the starting spots. Put in Hattis and Diesch along with the possibility of Cade Cote if granted another year, you start to have a better picture of the possible starting line for the Arizona State Sun Devils.