Receiver Devin Lucien, who left UCLA right before spring camp, has decided to transfer to Arizona State.
On track to graduate this summer, Lucien will be able to play immediately. Once a four-star recruit in 2011, the former Crespi Carmelite star never became a consistent player in Westwood.
Devin Lucien told us his primary goal is to help ASU win a national title. Thinks he's a great fit at boundary side spot vacated by Strong.
— SunDevilSource.com (@SunDevilSource) April 28, 2015
Despite teasing crowds with his athleticism through multiple offseasons, Lucien struggled to break out into a primary roll through three seasons at UCLA. He left Los Angeles totaling 752 receiving yards and four touchdowns, but caught for fewer yards in 2014 (225) than he did the season prior (339).
After UCLA’s Alamo Bowl win over Kansas State in January, he expressed discontent about his role on the team.
The Bruins host the Sun Devils on Oct. 3.