They are already a few schools that have benefited recruiting wise from the USC coaching change, and now you can add the Sun Devils to that list. Sources close to the recruitment of four-star JC offensive tackle Brice Schwab, have informed Devils Digest on Wednesday afternoon that the Palomar (Calif.) standout de-committed from the Trojans and pledged to ASU.
The 6-8 320 Brice Schwab
prepped at Moniteau High School in West Sunbury, PA and when he found out that he was a non-qualifier he thought about attending an FCS school. Ultimately, he decided to go the Junior College route and trek over to Southern California to compete against the some of the best programs in the nation at that level.
As a freshman he started every game at right tackle for the Comets and he earned All-League and All-Region honors for his efforts. He committed to USC before his sophomore season and was solid with his pledge before Trojan Head Coach Pete Carroll left to coach the Seattle Seahawks.
The lineman went on record after his de-commitment saying that he wasn't looking forward to going through the recruiting process all over again. He visited one school this month, Arizona State, and the rest as they say is history.
Schwab is schedule to arrive in Tempe this weekend, enroll in school, and begin his classes on Monday.
Here are some highlights of ASU's newest commit