Signal Caller Verbals to ASU

Danny Sullivan from Los Gatos (Calif.) gave the maroon and gold the nod Friday night. He talked to Devils Digest about his decision.

"Me and my parents were talking about Arizona State, and the more I was talking about it the more I realized that it's the place for me," said the 6-4 210 Danny Sullivan. "They got a great program. I know they're gonna be better in the future and I want to be a part of that. So, I called Coach Koetter Friday night and was very excited."

Sullivan, who participated in the Sun Devils' summer camp last year, considers himself a big arm quarterback, and a game like the Insight Bowl naturally put a smile on the face of someone who enjoys slinging the ball himself all around the field. "You see a team scoring 45 points and the quarterback throwing for 467 yards, that's cool (smile)."

Los Gatos (Calif.) had a solid year, finishing 11-2, and winning their league and section. Sullivan, who considers himself a pocket passer, passed for approximately 2,435 yards in his senior season, with 24 touchdowns and six interceptions. Los Gatos reeled off seven straight wins to end the 2005 season.

ASU's newest commitment was also considering Nevada (his only other visit aside from the Sun Devils), and Oregon State. He was set to trip to Corvallis next week, but indicated that he will cancel that trip and not consider any more official visits.

Sullivan is academically qualified.

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