ASU lands JUCO OL Nick Kelly, on short list for 4-star WR

Christian Petersen

The Arizona State Sun Devils landed their second junior college commitment in offensive lineman Nick Kelly and hope to earn another from high-profile receiver Eldridge Massington this week.

Arizona State landed a commitment from junior college center Nick Kelly this weekend, and the Sun Devils hope to earn another in four-star receiver Eldridge Massington on Wednesday, according to The Arizona Republic.

Massington told The Arizona Republic that he'll make his college decision on Wednesday.

He is listed by ESPN as the 17th-best receiver in the 2013 class and has ASU atop his list with the UCLA Bruins and Alabama Crimson Tide. The 6'3, 205 receiver visited the ASU campus this past weekend and was told he'll be utilized from outside receiver to the slot. He was told by the Sun Devils coaching staff that if he doesn't see the field in his freshman year, then it's his fault.

With 27 reported offers, Massington's pull to Tempe could be helped by West Mesquite (Texas) High School teammate Will Earley, a defensive back commitment to the Sun Devils.

Kelly is a 6'3, 275 pound lineman from American River College in Sacramento, Calif. He is the 16th recruit to commit to the Sun Devils in the 2013 class and the second JUCO player.

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