The pursuit of four-star talent at wide receiver continues for Arizona State, as the Sun Devils were listed in the top three for 2022 wideout Anthony Ivey.
Ivey is 5-foot-11, 170 pounds out of Manheim Township High School in Lancaster, PA. The other choices in his top three include Penn State and West Virginia.
Recruitment still open ‼️ pic.twitter.com/aGPnyTyEoW— Anthony Ivey (@AnthonyIvey16) July 28, 2020
Ivey also had offers from schools such as Cincinnati, Maryland, Michigan State, Nebraska, Rutgers, Syracuse, Virginia Tech, and Kent State. He is ranked as a top-20 national receiver according to 247Sports.
His recruitment has been led by wide receivers coach Prentice Gill and offensive assistant Adam Breneman. As a sophomore last season, Ivey hauled in 22 receptions for 582 yards, including 26.5 yards per catch. He had four touchdown grabs and 815 all-purpose yards.
In his first season as a freshman, he had 18 catches for 261 yards and one touchdown playing as a freshman on varsity.
The sophomore standout’s biggest 2019 outburst was when he had eight receptions and two touchdowns in a 30-14 victory over Wilson High School. One of the touchdowns went for 76 yards while the other house call was 83 yards. Ivey is a threat as a kick returner as well, averaging 69.7 yards per return.
Here is a look at Ivey’s highlights: