Bobby Hurley already had the Arizona State Sun Devils on track to bring in one of the best classes in recent history for the program. The most recent addition to the team not only solidifies that, but puts them in contention among other top programs for the best incoming class.
The squad was off to a great start in the fall with the commitment of Louguentz Dort and Elias Valtonen. These prospects set the foundation for Hurley to continue building.
In December, Taeshon Cherry announced he was decommitting from USC. A visit to ASU and a short time later, the highly sought out prospect announced he would be sporting maroon and gold.
With these three commitments alone, Arizona State had already put together a pretty solid group. Hurley didn’t stop there, as he continued pushing to top the class of with the perfect finishing touch: a much-needed big man.
Uros Plasvic had originally committed to Cleveland State in October, but decided to reopen his recruitment on March 30. Plasvic took an official visit to Arizona State on April 24 and signed his NLI just a short amount of time later on April 26. His addition will bring the size that the Sun Devils have been lacking.
According to 247Sports.com, all of the incoming athletes are four-star players. The site has Arizona State jumping in the rankings to the 10th spot in the nation. This is a monumental achievement for both Bobby Hurley and the basketball program at Arizona State.
Arizona State now sits third among PAC-12 schools behind Oregon and UCLA.