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Arizona commit Joson Sanon flips to the Sun Devils



Joson Sanon flips commitment to ASU

TEMPE, Ariz. – Joson Sanon made a big decision Wednesday when he flipped his hard commitment from the University of Arizona to Arizona State.

Sanon is a 6-foot-5-inch shooting guard in the 2024 recruiting class from Vermont Academy. He’s a top 25 prospect and the fifth-ranked shooting guard in the country. Sanon is the No. 1 prospect in Vermont, per 247 Sports.

The addition of Sanon will give ASU its best-ranked class in modern program history.

Sanon committed to Arizona on March 20 before flipping his commitment to the Sun Devils earlier today. He originally picked Arizona over Boston College, UConn, Kansas, Kentucky and Overtime Elite.

The Sun Devils’ new addition made the announcement less than an hour after Arizona’s Caleb Love announced he would return to play another year for the Wildcats.

What is ASU getting in Joson Sanon?

ASU is getting a talented guard who can score at all three levels and defend on and off the ball. Sanon played for the Boston Amateur Basketball Club at the 3 Stripe Select Basketball circuit sponsored by Adidas throughout April and May.

He put up stellar numbers averaging 26.2 points per game, 5.1 rebounds and 1.6 assists per game. Sanon had six games with more than 30 points. He averaged 30.6 minutes per game and shot 42.3 percent.

Sanon earned Adidas 3SSB Session III 1st team honors.

Sanon joins Jayden Quaintance as ASU’s second hard commit in the 2024 recruiting class ranked No. 1 in their respective state and top 5 nationally for their position, per 247 Sports.

The Sun Devils have the No. 3 recruiting class in the country and the top class in the Big-12.


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