Jordan pledges to Sun Devils

The pipeline Arizona State has with Corona (Calif.) Centennial is well documented. Yet, defensive lineman Milo Jordan said this isn't the reason why he committed to maroon and gold on Saturday.

"Arizona State showed me a lot of love," said the 6-2 265 Milo Jordan. "There are a lot of good things happening there and I want to be part of them. (Wide receivers) Coach Broussard is very nice and a funny guy and I really get along with him.

"I know all the players on the team from Centennial and I like the way they play. It would be cool to play with them again in college. It's a plus that they are on the (ASU) team but that isn't the biggest reason why I committed there."

Jordan said that he is initially being recruited as defensive end, but that he could also play inside as a defensive tackle. "Arizona State said it's a win-win situation," Jordan said, "because it's a nice balance to have. I think I'm a better run stopper right now but I know I can improve on my pass rush."

The defensive lineman reported junior season stats of 94 tackles, 4.5 sacks, four forced fumbles and 2 fumbles recovered. He was offered by the Sun Devils a month ago, and had offers from Colorado and San Jose State as well.

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