Germany: "I Am a Sun Devil"

Eugene Germany is a man of few words. Yet the four-star Mt. San Antonio Junior College defensive end prospect said the four ones that are music to every Sun Devil fan's ears today.

"I'm a Sun Devil man," said Eugene Germany. "I was hosted by Rodney Cox and I really liked the coaching staff. I'm not gonna visit Marshall this week."

The 6-4 270 defensive lineman paced the Mounties in sacks (9.5), as well as QB hurries (13). He was second in tackles for loss with 18 and sixth overall in total tackles with 36.

He was selected Region IV All-California First Team Defense. The Mounties were 10-3 on the year and were the California Community College football runner-up.

The lineman attended Pomona High School and as a senior he collected 143 tackles, five sacks and nine fumble recoveries playing defensive end. He was a Super Prep and Prep Star All-American, and ranked the 20th best defensive end in the nation by Scout.com. Germany also had 603 yards and five touchdowns on offense while playing tight end.

He signed out of high school with USC but never played there due to academics. He then spent the 2005 and 2006 seasons with the Wolverines. He redshirted his first year, and played in eight games during his final season at Ann Arbor.

Germany, who's ASU's 27th known commitment of the 2007 recruiting class will have two years to play his final two seasons.

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