9:13 PM EDT, Thu April 24, 2014
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welp Almost got 'im -- again. New Hawkeye Trey Dickerson, a fellow JUCO recruit and a friend of Willie Atwood, did what he could to guide his friend to join him at Iowa in 2014, but on Thursday afternoon Atwood opted to sign his National Letter of Intent to attend Arizona State next year. Willie Atwood has committed to Arizona State — Brad Winton (@JucoRecruiting) April 24, 2014 My dawg going to Arizona State!!! @thelastchill pic.twitter.com/b9kDNo9nT3 — Ronnie Boyce III  (@RBooGie3) April 24, 2014 Iowa was one of Atwood's final three (along with Florida State and Arizona...

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