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Cory Butler Jr., WR 2025, commits to Arizona State

Corona (California) Centenary three-star wide receiver Cory Butler Jr. has committed to it State of Arizonahe announced on Sunday afternoon.

He chose the Sun Devils while also having offers from Arizona, BYU, Washington, Utah and others.

Butler Jr. is the No. 659 overall prospect and No. 102 wideout in the 2025 cycle, according to the On3 Industry Ranking, a weighted average using all four major recruiting media companies. He is also the No. 54 player in California.

Things happened quickly for Butler Jr. and the Sun Devils, when he accepted his offer Kenny Dillingham and co. on April 26. He took his official visit to Tempe this weekend and is now part of a top-30 recruiting class.

Sun Devils have the No. 3 ranking in the Big 12

Arizona State’s class now boasts 13 commitments with the addition of Butler. The class is ranked No. 28 in the country and No. 3 in the Big 12, according to the On3 industry team recruitment rankings.

Seven prospects committed to Dillingham and Co. in April, headlined by Pflugerville (Texas) Wiess four-star WR Adrian Wilson and Orange (California) Lutheran four-star tight end AJ Ia. The 6-foot-4 Ia is On3’s No. 4 TE in the cycle, while Wilson is a top 200 recruit in the On3 Industry Ranking.

“I definitely like that they have a lot of NFL coaches on their staff now,” Wilson told On3 prior to his commitment. “They have a very young staff, with a coach Kenny Dillingham he is only in his thirties. I really like that and then they really go after it on the field. They have a new offensive plan that I’ve seen and they’re going to throw the ball.”

Long Beach (Calif.) Los Alamitos three-star offensive lineman Maki Stewart joined the group last month and is currently the highest-ranked three-star commit. Other top performers in the class include three-star athlete Scottsdale (Ariz.) Saguaro Dajon HintonSan Juan Capistrano (Calif.) J Serra Catholic three-star quarterback Michael Tollefson and Orange Lutheran three-star safety Benjamin Alefaio.

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