Four-star Big Kenny Wooten Decommits from ASU

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A few weeks ago, the Sun Devil faithful were excited about the basketball team’s newfound depth in the frontcourt.

Jethro Tshisumpa and Ramon Villa were set to build off their first year in Tempe. Andre Adams was rehabbing his torn ACL. The class of 2017 featured four-star Kenny Wooten and junior college transfer De’Quon Lake.

On Tuesday, the Sun Devils sit with only Villa and Lake remain from that group slated to take the floor for Bobby Hurley. On March 29th, Tshisumpa announced his transfer from the program, Andre Adams announced the same on April 7th.

Tuesday, Wooten decommitted from the Sun Devils and has re-opened his commitment.’s Josh Gershon was first to report.

The 6-foot-8, 205-pound center from Las Vegas had been recruited by Cal, Illinois, Kansas, Kansas State, Oregon San Diego State, USC and Utah among other before committing to ASU.

Arizona State’s class of 2017 consists of De’Quon Lake and Scout 100 prospects Kimani Lawrence and Remy Martin.