Highly recruited junior college receiver Stephen Guidry visits ASU

Arizona State is making a play at one of the most coveted wide receivers in the country, and had him on campus last week.

Following the dismissal of Les Miles at LSU, 2017 Tigers commit Stephen Guidry reopened his recruitment in early October. 

A 6-foot-4, 190 pound wide receiver at Hinds Community College in Raymond, Mississippi, Guidry decided he would take official visits to other colleges. Originally from Livonia, Louisiana, a stone's throw from the LSU campus in Baton Rouge, Guidry said the Tigers will remain under serious consideration. 

Guidry promptly scheduled four official visits, the first of which was to Arizona State late last week for the team's final home game against Utah. Mississippi State (Dec. 2), Auburn (Dec. 9) and Alabama (Jan. 27) are set to follow. 

After returning home from Tempe, Guidry told SunDevilSource.com that he can see himself as a Sun Devil. 

The visit was awesome," Guidry said. "I liked the environment, the coaches, the team. ASU fits me." 

With the Sun Devils having to replace starter Tim White at wide receiver next season, Guidry said he's intrigued by the prospects of playing opposite emerging star freshman N'Keal Harry. 

"I liked the surroundings and the people," Guidry said. "I can fit in with everybody (at ASU). And me and N'Keal on opposite sides is dangerous." 


In eight games Guidry is credited with 30 catches for 547 yards and five touchdowns, all team highs. 

Guidry is planning to take the remainder of his official visits and have a decision near signing day. He'll want to see what happens with the LSU job long-term before making a decision. 


Sun Devil Source Top Stories