After National Signing Day, ASU football still hadn't signed a wide receiver in its 2015 class.
ASU missed out on a few high-profile prospects at the position with Mountain Pointe's Paul Lucas flipping to Oregon State on signing day, Saguaro's Christian Kirk going to Texas A&M, among others.
But on Monday afternoon, three-star wide receiver Terrell Chatman announced he signed with ASU. Chatman, from Central High School in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, is one of a long list of ASU players from Louisiana. Defensive linemen Jalen Bates, Corey Smith, George Lea and Emanuel Dayries and wide receiver Ronald Lewis all hail from the state.
But just because ASU got a wide receiver in its 2015, the Sun Devils' wide receiver question isn't solved for next season and beyond.
Redshirt junior Jaelen Strong declared for the NFL draft early, leaving a gaping hole for the team to replace. Junior D.J. Foster will move from running back to receiver in 2015. Sophomore Cameron Smith was ASU's third-leading receiver in 2014 with 41 catches for 596 yards, but beyond those three, no one had more than 200 yards receiving.
ASU's other top receiving threats for next season may already be on the team. Four-star wide receiver Eric Lauderdale redshirted last season and other receivers on the team could step up.
Check out his incredible catch:
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