Graham's staff lands first HS commit

Graham's staff lands first HS commit

Canadian running back, Terrell Davis, who de-committed a couple of weeks ago from Washington State will still play in the Pac-12. On Saturday night, the Victoria, B.C. standout pledged to the Sun Devils making him the first high school player commit under new head coach Todd Graham.

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