Four-star safety Calvin Bundage gives ASU flawless review

For the second time this year, Oklahoma four-star safety Calvin Bundage visited Arizona State and gave the experience a glowing review.

After an unofficial visit he enjoyed earlier in the year to Arizona State, Calvin Bundage made a return trip this weekend, this time paid for by the Sun Devils. 

Bundage, a 6-foot-3, 200 pound Spur prospect and four-star Scout300 recruit out of Santa Fe High School in Edmond, Oklahoma, gave the official visit the highest of marks. 

"On a scale of 1-10, it was a 10," Bundage said. "I had an amazing time."

Bundage is the brother of University of Arizona senior offensive linemen Cayman Bundage. The two attended an ASU practice together this weekend. 

"It was crazy that my brother was able to be there [at ASU's practice]," Calvin said. "We just hung out and had a great time."

In the spring, Bundage told SunDevilSource that ASU was his preferred Arizona school and listed the Sun Devils in his Top-7. Since then, he's only increased his interest in ASU. 

"I got to spend a lot of time with (linebackers coach and co-defensive coordinator) Keith Patterson and I like him a lot," Bundage said. "I think the Spur position is perfect for me.

"Probably the best part of the visit was getting to have breakfast at coach Graham's house."

The No. 251 overall recruit and No. 17 safety prospect nationally, Bundage has continued to pick up offers through the conclusion of his senior season, with Texas A&M among the most recent. He's visited ASU and Oregon and is planning several more official trips before he'll start to think about a decision. 

At this juncture, Bundage said he doesn't even know for sure which other schools he'll definitely visit. There's no shortage of options. He's reported an offer from Arizona, Arkansas, Michigan, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Tennessee, Texas A&M and a number of other programs. 

"I'm going to take a couple more visits probably but I'm not sure where yet," Bundage said. "I'll probably have my decision in January or maybe February."

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