Video: Sterling-Cole talks Sun Devils

The nation's No. 16 ranked quarterback recruit in 2016, Dillon Sterling-Cole, is considering Arizona State among his favorites and gave his reasoning to us at the Elite-11 finals.

BEAVERTON, Ore. -- Four-star Houston (Texas) Westfield star Dillon Sterling-Cole is one of 16 quarterbacks competing here at the coveted Elite-11 quarterback camp and Nike The Opening Finals.

One of just several uncommitted quarterbacks in the event, Sterling-Cole has officially cut his list to eight schools but said he's planning on further narrowing his focus to five programs in the near future.

"The process coming so late to me and I'm still kind of new to the process so I'm still trying to enjoy it while I can," Sterling-Cole said.

Arizona State has already received an unofficial visit from Sterling-Cole, and the Sun Devils are expected to make his upcoming Top-5 cut.

"The offense they run at Arizona State is similar to what we do at Westfield, so it would be easy for me to come in and be able to easily produce and recognize things as things go on in the future," Sterling-Cole said.

Sterling-Cole said he could take all five allowed official visits. Florida and Texas A&M are also considered front-runners in his recruitment, though Sterling-Cole said he's not revealing who his favorites are at this point.

"I want to be able to see what their students are like and be able to get that feeling that I always here about in Tempe and just overall have a great experience [at ASU] if I do go there on an official visit," Sterling-Cole said.


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