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- Physically gifted linebacker who will add a valuable presence at linebacker.
- Will look to help replace starters along the linebacking crew.
- Comes to ASU with three years to play three starting in the fall.
Redshirt Junior (2014):
- Had three tackles in the opener against Weber State (8/28)
Had a career high five tackles against UNM (9/6)
- Had a career game against Colorado (9/13) in his first career start with 10 tackles, two coming for loss with one sack and a pass breakup
- Led team with eight tackles against Stanford (10/18) in his first career start at WILL linebacker and added a tackle for loss and a forced fumble
- Set a new career best with 11 tackles, a pass breakup and half a tackle for loss against Utah (11/1)
- Had five tackles and a sack against Notre Dame (11/8)
- Scored his first career touchdown against Oregon State (11/15) on a 36-yard fumble recovery
- Had seven tackles against Washington State (11/22)
Hutchinson Community College:
- Rated by Rivals.com as the No. 32 overall junior college prospect in the country and the nation's third-best junior college linebacker recruit.
- Appeared in seven games in 2012, registering 56 tackles including 6.0 for loss with 1.5 sacks.
- Redshirted in 2011.
- Coached by Rion Rhoades at Hutchinson Community College.
- Verbally committed to ASU on Jan. 12, 2013.
- Made an immediate impact at the high school level, ranking second on the varsity squad with 99 tackles as a sophomore in 2008, adding 9.0 sacks.
- Chose ASU over reported scholarship offers from Arkansas, Auburn, Baylor, Cincinnati, Indiana, Kansas, Kansas State, Minnesota, Mississippi State, Texas A&M, Toledo and West Virginia.
- "I got along with all the coaches and players [at ASU]," Longino said after his official visit to Tempe. "Everybody I met was really cool. It felt like family and that was good being far from home. So I'm going to a school where I already know what the people are like. I was really surprised how beautiful the school was."
- Coached by Rodney Brown at Shaw High.