Arizona State on Monday brought in another reinforcement for its offensive line, securing a commitment from Iowa State transfer Joey Ramos.

A product of Deer Valley High in Glendale, Ariz., Ramos played three seasons at Iowa State, earning five starts. Most of his time came on special teams. He is Arizona State’s 12th four-year transfer in this recruiting cycle and the fourth offensive lineman, following Emmit Bohle (Northern State), Des Holmes (Penn State) and Chris Martinez (San Diego State). The Sun Devils also have signed four junior college players.

Coach Herm Edwards has had to rely on transfers on the offensive line for most of his time at Arizona State. This season, the Sun Devils have to replace three starters, including center Dohnovan West and left tackle Kellen Diesch. Ramos chose the Sun Devils over Tulsa and Bowling Green.

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