"I know I need to work on my footwork and get stronger. Those are things I'm going to work on in the off-season."
Evans, who also plays linebacker for Huntsville High School, received this evaluation from Scout.com's Greg Powers
"A great all-around athlete. You will find him making plays in the backfield, in the slot and on defense," Powers said. "Where does he fit in best on the next level, is still a question that needs to be definitively answered. On offense he is quick twitch and high tempo and is fast-twitch. On defense, he is a weapon, making big plays at times and using his speed to be a disruptive force."
"I looked up the campus online and really liked everything about it," Evans said. "I watched a lot of their games and the running backs are really good. They were one win away from the Rose Bowl and I was hoping that they were going to make it there. I like how they run a pro-set and they really make you a good running back. They use their running back a lot and they are an explosive offense.
"Their offense fits me the best and will help me get to the next level."
Evans is planning to attend the team's summer camp this year as well which could be in conjunction with his first visit to Tempe, a date that he is anxiously waiting for.
"It feels really good to be a Sun Devil," Evans said.
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