Since quarterback Nick Foles committed to Arizona State back on May, a new coaching staff has arrived for the Sun Devils which many believed would shake up his commitment.
The Austin (Texas) Westlake signal caller Foles isn't wavering one bit with a new coaching staff on board. His future at ASU is as clear as ever and the 6-foot-4, 250-pounder can't wait to get started.
"I've talked to the new coaching staff quite a bit actually," Foles said. "I really like them a lot. Coach Dennis Erickson is a great coach, I really like him. Coach Rich Olson is supposed to be coming by for an in-home visit this Wednesday actually."
Foles says a few schools let him know that if he decided to open things back up, they'd be there. All and all, the Lone Star quarterback says that was never an issue.
"Mostly every school respected my commitment," Foles said. "They would say that if things didn't work out, I would have a place. Other than that, they just let me be."
Several things excite Foles about being a future Sun Devil quarterback. In the end, he's just excited to get to the next level.
"I think that's what I'm looking forward to the most," Foles said. "It's always been a dream to play college football. I'm very lucky to be able to do that."
Foles is rated as the No. 31 pro-style quarterback prospect in the country.