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Sale favors original school of choice

Sale favors original school of choice

The coaching change in Tempe did prompt ASU pledge Niu Sale to re-open his recruitment, yet following a Wednesday meeting with the Sun Devil coaches ASU still finds itself in the driver's seat to land the services of the L.A. Harbor offensive lineman.

The 6-3 300-pound Niu Sale was scheduled to be a mid-year transfer, but informed Devils Digest that he will now graduate in May. This change of plans allowed the new Arizona State coaches an opportunity to meet in person with the offensive guard a day after the recruiting dead period was lifted. "I met today (Wednesday) with the new coach that came from Wisconsin (DelVaughn Alexander) and the...

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