What went right?
Arizona State enters the start of the fall signing period with Scout's 18th ranked 2017 class so Bobby Hurley and company have to be pleased with their two early signees.
The class starts with Top 55 small forward Kimani Lawrence, who projects as an extremely versatile player for the Sun Devils. Lawrence has good size at 6-foot-6, has plus athleticism, can guard multiple positions, rebounds well for the position and can score, especially from midrange and in. You can't have enough players with Lawrence's versatility in college basketball.
The Sun Devils also landed a Top 100 point guard in Remy Martin, a kid who has made major strides in his game over the last year. Martin thrives in transition, which makes him a perfect fit for Hurley's system. He's exceptionally quick, has a very good handle, sees the court well and is capable of scoring off the bounce and with his jumper.
What went wrong?
What is left to do?
The staff's plan is to land one more player in its 2017 class and right now the top target is Kenneth Wooten, who likely signs late.
Wooten, who originally signed with Nevada but got out of his Letter of Intent and reclassified from 2016 to 2017, is an extremely athletic post whose size, length, athleticism and upside could make him a big addition to the Sun Devils.
Also don't be surprised if Arizona State takes a look at international options in hopes of bringing in a post in 2017.