“Arizona State showed me a lot of love,” said the 6-2 265 Milo Jordan. “There are a lot of good things happening there and I want to be part of them. (Wide receivers) Coach Broussard is very nice and a funny guy and I really get along with him.
“I know all the players on the team from Centennial and I like the way they play. It would be cool to play with them again in college. It’s a plus that they are on the (ASU) team but that isn’t the biggest reason why I committed there.”
Jordan said that he is initially being recruited as defensive end, but that he could also play inside as a defensive tackle. “Arizona State said it’s a win-win situation,” Jordan said, “because it’s a nice balance to have. I think I’m a better run stopper right now but I know I can improve on my pass rush.”
The defensive lineman reported junior season stats of 94 tackles, 4.5 sacks, four forced fumbles and 2 fumbles recovered. He was offered by the Sun Devils a month ago, and had offers from Colorado and San Jose State as well.