War room: 'Always be closing'

With two days remaining until National Signing Day, Arizona State is hoping to secure multiple additional commitments in an effort to build out its 2017 recruiting class.

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It's crunch time at Arizona State.

With fewer than 48 hours remaining until National Signing Day, the Sun Devils are attempting to put the finishing touches on the program's 2017 recruiting class, and SunDevilSource has released our final "War Room" update of the recruiting cycle.

The latest "War Room" update contains details on ASU's projected class size come Signing Day, which high-priority targets are still considering committing to the Sun Devils, where ASU's class should rank nationally, and what the Sun Devils' post-Signing Day plans will ultimately look like.

The No. 1-rated prospect in the state of Arizona, five-star offensive tackle prospect Austin Jackson out of North Canyon High, will announce his decision on Signing Day, and in the "War Room," SunDevilSource offers our projection for Jackson's college destination.

The recruitments of four-star defensive back prospects have consumed ASU secondary coach T.J. Rushing throughout the 2017 cycle, and in the "War Room," SunDevilSource explains which cornerbacks and safeties ASU has backed off of, which players the SunDevils still have a strong chance to close with, and who the Sun Devils might continue to recruit after Signing Day.

Where does ASU's recruitment of four-star junior college offensive tackle George Moore stand? What backup defensive back option tripped to ASU over the weekend and could wind up joining the Sun Devils' class? Are there any possible flip candidates the Sun Devils are still working to secure? Answers to all of those questions and details on much more are available in the final "War Room" update of the 2017 recruiting cycle. 

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