"You can tell this is program getting ready for a big year because the players are working very hard."
Eason who was also offered by Buffalo, Florida International and Western Michigan is being recruited as a cornerback which is a position he played for his Blue Devil team as well as quarterback. He admitted that his experience as a signal caller should serve him well playing in the defensive backfield.
"The (ASU) coaches really like how fast and athletic I am and that I have good hips," said Eason who reported a 40-time of 4.5. "They like how I am aggressive at the line and can jam the wide receiver.
"They have a lot of good corners but the coach said that if I come in the summer ready to work hard that I will have a chance to play as a freshman. I like how their defense is very aggressive and makes a lot of plays. Number 7 (Vontaze Burfict) is a very good player and is someone that can help everyone around him to be a great player."
Eason, who was an honorable mention selection on the Palm Beach Post Small Schools All-Area team said that he was flying back home with a letter of intent in his hand for his mother to sign and mail back to the Sun Devils in the next few days.