Hemet (Calif.) offensive lineman Hamani Stevens will take his second official visit this coming weekend to check out Arizona State. The Sun Devils have a huge and very talented group of visitors heading to Tempe this weekend and Stevens is excited to be a part of the group.
Stevens, 6-3, 280 pounds is one of the elite lineman in the nation this year. He projects as a center in college but could also play guard or defensive tackle and has a nice upside at all three positions.
The lineman took his first visit to Colorado when the Buffs upset Oklahoma and said he loved the visit.
"Colorado was great," Stevens said. "I got the feeling that I was wanted and it felt like a big family there. I loved the atmosphere and everyone made me feel like I was already part of the team."
As for ASU, Stevens has been impressed with what he has seen so far this year.
"They have a nice team, I've become more and more interested in them every time I see them," Stevens said. "I set the trip up about three weeks ago and I'm really looking forward to getting out there and seeing what it's like.
"I also have visits set up with Oregon for (Nov. 30) and BYU for (Jan 11). I think my last trip will be to Michigan State but I don't have a date set in stone yet. In addition to those schools, I'm still interested in UCLA. I've been to their games this year and I like it there a lot.
"I don't have a leader right now though. I'm going to take these trips and try and stay as open as possible. Right now, everyone has a fair and equal shot and I'll make my decision when I've taken all my visits."