By now most know that the Arizona State Sun Devils landed San Diego (Calif.) Saint Augustine three-star quarterback Jason Forcier (6-2, 205, 4.55). The Sun Devils land a quarterback with talent and the intangibles that are necessary to be successful on the D-I level. Forcier talked to Rivals.com about his commitment.
“My Dad told me while we were on the trip that if I wanted to commit that I could make the decision in front of coaches right there on the visit,” Forcier said. “I told Coach (Dirk) Koetter that I’m very happy and that I wanted to sleep on it and talk to my Mom and my coaches at Saint Aug.”
“They told me that they felt is was a great fit for me and that they were happy for me,” Forcier said. “Then I told my coaches that I was going to call Coach Koetter tonight (Monday October 25th).”
“I didn’t get a hold of him last night so in between classes I called,” Forcier said. “My coach told me I needed to get this done because he was fielding a lot of phone calls.”
“I called Coach Koetter and Coach (Mark) Helfrich and told them after I slept on it and talked to my coaches that I wanted to be a Sun Devil,” Forcier said. “I felt in my heart that ASU is where I wanted to be.”
“It is a solid verbal and I keep my word,” Forcier said. “I’m done with recruiting.”
Forcier was adamant that he won’t be taking any trips. Even if a school like Miami came a calling, Forcier will be a Sun Devil.
That type of loyalty is to be admired. The Sun Devils land a very talented quarterback that makes things happen.
Forcier is the modern prototypical quarterback who can get the job done with his arm and his feet. He rushed for give or take – 600 yards and has scored eight rushing touchdowns.
Forcier has passed for roughly 1,580 yards and has thrown for 20 touchdowns.
Forcier has the things that winner possess. He has a competitive spirit and will do the work necessary to be successful.
ASU gets a player with a boatload of potential and the intangibles to match.
Sun Devils over other offers from Colorado, Illinois, Oregon, San Diego State, Utah and Wisconsin.