In February, coach Todd Graham signed Arizona State's first top-25 recruiting class in six years, but with just more than two weeks before the start of preseason camp, the Sun Devils still are waiting for the last members to join them.

Freshman linebacker Ismael Murphy-Richardson, freshman running back Demario Richard, junior-college running back De'Chavon Hayes and junior-college defensive tackle Dalvon Stuckey still have not been academically cleared.

Murphy-Richardson, Richard and Hayes are expected to report soon, but Stuckey still has much to do, making his situation more difficult to predict. Ranked by ESPN.com as the nation's No.8 junior-college prospect, Stuckey, if he is cleared, is expected to compete for a starting position on ASU's defensive line, where the Sun Devils are replacing four starters.