“I’m obviously very excited to reward Kevin for his accomplishments in the classroom,” Graham told Devils Digest, “and for his performances in the games he participated last year. He’s a young man of great character. We lost a lot of wide receivers to graduation and I look forward to him having a big impact this year.
“We want to build our walk-on program and rewarding a guy like him is very exciting.”
The 6-0 200 Kevin Ozier redshirted his freshman year, and was a member of the scout team the following season. Despite a senior-heavy wide receiver corps, Ozier was able to see some playing time as a sophomore and made the most of his opportunities averaging 15.4 yards a catch. He caught his first career touchdown, a 33-yard score, in ASU’s 48-14 win over Colorado.
Ozier prepped at Mira Mesa (Calif.) High School and is the cousin of former ASU standout J.R. Redmond.