Highland tight end and defensive end Tyler Johnson has been terrorizing opponents at the varsity level since he was a sophomore.
The playmaker put pen to paper Wednesday to officially commit to Arizona State.
This young man does it all, but expect to see him on D. Keeping' it local with one of the top players in the state!
Welcome, @TyJohnson87! pic.twitter.com/LJWKcpgql7
— Sun Devil Football (@FootballASU) February 1, 2017
The 6-foot-4, 240-pound is a four-star recruit as a tight end, but the Sun Devils plan to use him as a devil backer. What can ASU fans expect to see out of Johnson? Scout national director of recruiting Brandon Huffman shares his thoughts.