Jayme Otomewo committed to Arizona State in early December and has never considered other schools since that time.
After taking his official visit with the Sun Devils this past weekend, the three-star safety from Los Angeles Dorsey said his pledge has never been stronger.
"The first day was just meeting with the coaches it was strictly all academic," Otomewo said. "I met with the professors and they told me how I'd go through as a freshman, how my classes would be set up and they were talking to me about how it would go.
"The next day I was with the players and meeting with coach (Chris) Ball and coach (Todd) Graham. I had a great time.
"They were telling me I have a great opportunity to play as a freshman. It was a good time with them. I liked the facilities. It was amazing. The weight room was good, the jerseys were great and the people there are nice. I like it a lot."
Throughout his recruitment, Otomewo developed an especially good relationship with Ball and that was one big part that sold the three-star on Arizona State.
The two got to spend some time together this past weekend and it only solidified Otomewo's belief that the Sun Devils are the team for him.
Everything went right and the 6-foot-2, 190-pound prospect said he's not considering any other programs. An official visit to Hawaii is scheduled for this weekend but that is a long shot at best.
"Coach Ball and I have a good relationship," Otomewo said.
"He's very passionate and always tells me to work hard so I could end up starting. He motivates me. Coach Graham is amazing. I like him a lot. Everything he has said is really coming true. The entire coaching staff is really cool."
Otomewo had said that he planned to play with Los Angeles Dorsey teammate and close friend Daquawn Brown in college but the three-star cornerback has committed to Washington State. It's probably unlikely either switch their pledges at this point.