Tempe, Arizona - The Sun Devils are adding three to their roster for 2017-18 as part of the early signing period as Navonte Demison and Brandon Courtney have signed National Letters of Intent (NLI) while Dakota Galt will also join the ASU roster next season. The signing class features a trio of state champions, also featuring national champions in their respective weight classes.

Navonte Demison (Bakersfield, Calif. | Bakersfield High School | 149 lbs.)
FloWrestling Ranking by Weight: No. 5
Demison, a four-time letterwinner and three-time team captain from Bakersfield High School won a state and national championship in 2016. In 2015 and 2014, he also earned top-three finishes at California state championships and one of his career best performances in the 2016 state tournament where he got a pin in 1:00 in the finals. A two-sport athlete, Demison also is ranked in the top-25 in the state for football, helping lead a team currently chasing a state title.

Brandon Courtney (Goodyear, Ariz. | Desert Edge High School | 125 lbs.)
FloWrestling Ranking by Weight: No. 5
Courtney is a two-time Arizona state champion (2015/2016) as well as a two-time All-American (2012/2013), finishing runner-up at the state championships in 2014. The 2015 Fargo National Champion was a third place finisher most recently at Fargo. With a 128-3 record through three seasons, Courtney was undefeated as a sophomore (47-0), with 37, 47, and 44 wins, respectively over the last three years.

Dakota Galt (Beresford, S.D. | Beresford High School | 141 lbs. Pounds)
Galt, a 141-pounder from Beresford, S.D. is a two-time team captain from Beresford High School. The three-time state champion (2014-16) named a Cadet Folkstyle All-American (2015) as well as being named to the Junior National Duals Greco All-Tournament team. With a 122-4 career record thus far, he had a perfect freshman season (33-0) and has only lost two matches apiece in his sophomore and junior years. The school record holder for takedowns and pins also led South Dakota in three-point near falls in 2016.