De La Salle tight end Devin Asiasi and defensive tackle Boss Tagaloa are set to announce their college decisions live on ESPN at 12:20 p.m. Pacific.
Four-star tight end Devin Asiasi and four-star defensive tackle Boss Tagaloa will cap off ESPN’s Signing Day announcement schedule at 12:20 p.m. Pacific on ESPNU.
Asiasi is choosing between USC, UCLA, Michigan, Alabama and Washington while Tagaloa will decide between USC, UCLA, Michigan, Cal and Washington.
The De La Salle teammates are prized recruits for the 2016 class. Asiasi has the ability to play on both sides of the ball with projections as both a tight end and a defensive end. Since USC needs help at both of those position, landing the four-star would be a major victory. Meanwhile, Tagaloa would help fill USC’s big whole at defensive tackle.
Unfortunately, former USC assistant coach Marques Tuiasosopo, who recruited both players for the Trojans, was hired to coach quarterbacks at UCLA this offseason, giving the Bruins a major leg up in the race to sign the two. At the same time, an out of state power could swoop in to steal both of them.
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The announcement will be televised live ESPNU and will be simulcast live for online viewers on ESPN’s WatchESPN platform.
In order to tune in for the entire day of ESPN’s National Signing Day coverage online, you’ll have to provide authentication through your cable provider. You can do so by simply logging into your cable provider’s website, through Watch ESPN.
To access the live ESPN stream on the web from WatchESPN, you can click here.
For those with mobile devices, you can watch the game on an Android device by downloading the WatchESPN app in Google Play, while iPhone and iPad users can stream the game via the WatchESPN iOS app, which is available for download in Apple’s App Store.