40 time: 4.4
From: Colorado Springs, Colorado
High School: Doherty
"The trip was real good," said Dewitty. "We basically toured a lot and ate a lot. Both of my parents came with me and they really liked it."
He was hosted on the trip by Colorado Springs product, sophomore Jamaal Lewis.
So where does ASU stand after the trip? "UCLA, Arizona State, and Kansas State are all about the same for me. I really don't favor one over another. But, ASU has been in on me the longest out of the three. I guess you could also say that Kansas is also in the mix."
The Jayhawks came by the Dewitty home Monday night. UCLA came by Tuesday night. Kansas State has yet to schedule one.
ASU and KSU like him as a running back while UCLA and Kansas like him as an athlete. They see him as a safety or tailback. This season, Dewitty rushed for 2,200 yards and 38 touchdowns. He was recently named first team all-state and the Colorado Springs Player of the Year.
The only visit he still has scheduled is to Manhattan on January 14th. "I will probably take that visit. I don't think that I will make a decision before then."