Fawley had only visited ASU's archival, Arizona, the week before, his trip to the Sun Devils. The visit to Tempe made a good impression on him to say the least. When talking to Bob Hartsock from Rivals100.com, the safety said: "I liked everything about it. I really liked the players and the coaches. The facilities were great and in fact, they put in a new weight room."
Fawley mentioned that ASU has been recruiting him hard ever since the spring. Fawley being as honest as he can, couldn't think of any weaknesses he has, but when talking to DevilsDigest he listed his strengths as having: "Good field vision. I'm a hard nose player who's a good tackler, who makes big plays." Suffice to say that his 4.5 speed helps him achieve all those feats. With a 3.0 GPA and a 1030 on the SAT, the safety is fully qualified.
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