Arizona State racked up three commitments over the weekend while Jeffrey Pendergraph, Sylvester Seay, Seketoure Henry were on official visits. Pendergraph, a 6-foot-9, 225-pound power forward, Seay, a 6-foot-9, 200-pound power forward, and Henry, a 6-foot-2, 165-pound shooting guard have all verballed to the Sun Devils.
Pendergraph, from Etiwanda (Calif.) High School, and Seay, from Winchendon (Mass.) Prep and originally from San Bernadino, Calif, were teammates on the Inland AAU program. Seay is a tough inside player who can also shoot the ball. Pendergraph will more than likely share time with Seay at the power forward position while working his way into the small forward position.
Pendergraph feels that he and the other two commitments can play a pivotal role in bringing Arizona State to national prominence.
“I like the school and everything about Arizona State,” said Pendergraph. “I had a great time on my visit. I got along great with the current players. I think with who they have now and with the great recruiting class Arizona State is bringing in, we can win a national championship one day."
Henry, from Lynwood (Calif.) High School, played AAU for the Belmont Shores program. The lefty has a deadly catch and shoot with NBA range. He is also an above average athlete who is a good anticipator on defense. To excel at the high major level he must improve his strength and ball handling.