Etiwanda defensive back Kamari Pleasant has de-commited from Arizona State and is now looking at other options.
Pleasant won’t be wasting any time making up his mind though. He said he plans to announce his decision on Thursday and it will be between USC, Oregon and Washington, all of which he has already visited.
It all came down to a numbers game. The Sun Devils got commitments from some other safeties, pushing Pleasant down on their list – or so he thinks.
“It all came down to how they wanted to use me and when they wanted me to enroll,” he said. “They were signing five DBs and already had three and said I might have to gray shirt if they got some others.”
Pleasant made that decision today. He contacted Arizona State to let them know of his decision, then contacted other schools to let them know he was still available.
Pleasant, a first-team All-Baseline League selection had eight offers from which to choose when he made the decision for the first time.