George Adeosun, a teammate of Arizona State quarterback commit Josh Dobbs, said that as of Thursday afternoon his plan was to board a plane the following day to Phoenix for an ASU official visit.
Adeosun, a 6-foot-6, 294 pound offensive tackle, has seen his recruitment skyrocket in recent weeks, with reported offers from Kentucky, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Purdue and Virginia.
"Georgia Tech was here today trying to convince me to visit there but I've been trusting my instincts this entire time and there's just something that makes me think I should give Arizona State a shot," Adeosun said.
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Though Adeosun hasn't had an in-home with the Sun Devils yet, he said quarterbacks coach and offensive coordinator Mike Norvell worked to convince Adeosun that an ASU official visit would be in his best interest.
Adeosun said on the day he was offered by ASU he spoke with Dobbs about the program and whether it would be a good place to visit and was given positive feedback.
"We are good friends and teammates but academically and with regard to our football careers, it only makes sense that we'd look out for our best interests individually," Adeosun said. "I would love to be able to play with him again in college but that will only happen if we both feel like a certain school is the right fit for us."
Tennessee received an official visit from Dobbs last weekend as is trying to pry the Elite-11 quarterback recruit away from the Sun Devils in the 11th hour of the recruiting cycle.
Adeosun said Thursday afternoon that he was also offered by Tennessee but was planning to visit Tempe instead.