La Frenz talks ASU commitment

La Frenz talks ASU commitment

Ever since an unofficial visit in the spring, the Sun Devils have been squarely on the mind of Dylan La Frenz. On Thursday morning, the Rancho Cucamonga (Calif.) Los Osos High School offensive lineman decided to act on those sentiments and verbally commit to the school.

"I love the coaching staff there and the program is on its way up right now," said the 6-4 280 Dylan La Frenz. "Right now they are in the Top 25. I visited their school and it's a beautiful campus.

"It just felt right when I took my trip there."

La Frenz, who is being recruited by Arizona State's tight ends and special teams coach Jamie Christian, added that he plans to take another trip to Tempe sometime in November.

ASU's newest commit has naturally been following the maroon and gold's games on TV this year and offered his thoughts about the Sun Devil offense.

"To be honest, I love how the quarterback (Brock Osweiler) is so big and can get the ball over anyone," La Frenz commented. "They showed how balanced their offense is and how they can score a lot of points."

The Los Osos lineman indicated that throughout the recruiting process the ASU coaches conveyed to him how much they did like the physical element he brings to the game.

"They told them me that I'm very quick for my size," La Frenz stated. "The coaches also said that I can play either center or guard."

The lineman reported weight room marks of 325 lbs. benching and 675 lbs. squatting.

"I'm quick and I can move laterally really well," said La Frenz of his skills. "I'm a very good run blocker, but I need to work on my pass protection and picking up blitzes. That's the biggest thing I need to improve on at the next level."

La Frenz, who also had offers from Arizona and Florida International, remarked that he won't explore those options or any others that may come his way before signing day.

"I'm completely done with recruiting," La Frenz declared. "I'm not going to visit any other schools." Recommended Stories

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