Herm Edwards and Zak Hill just got a talented addition to their offense. Jalin Conyers, who spent his freshman season at Oklahoma, announced his transfer to Arizona State on Friday.
Hill’s offense has a need for a lot of production from tight ends as pass catchers and run blockers. Conyers looks to be a player that can fit that mold.
According to 247Sports’ 2019 rankings, Conyers was a four-star tight end. He was ranked 208th amongst all recruits, fifth best tight end, and 32nd top prospect from the state of Texas.
At Oklahoma, Conyers didn’t register a catch and one could probably guess he wanted to be more involved. There’s a clear path for playing time and production for him in Tempe.
It appears that with a group of de-commits, that Arizona State wanted to focus more on a roster set to win in 2021. Don’t be shocked if the Sun Devils bring in more transfers and talent in the coming weeks.