February 11, 2011 just seems like another normal Wednesday, but for the college football world, it is National Signing Day for recruits.

National signing day is the college football equivalent to Christmas Morning. A day in which you find out what recruits, or gifts, will be heading to your program.

Arizona State is currently ranked No. 57 in recruiting points according to Scouts.com, but with an already talented roster that returns nearly all of it's starters in 2011, the Sun Devils are sitting pretty.

With "way-too-early" preseason polls already spreading like wildfire, Arizona State is getting some love after finishing the 2010 season strong, and returning nearly the entire team that kept up with top-10 programs.

Let's take a look at the top-10 2011 recruiting commitments that Arizona State hopes to sign the first Wednesday of February.

 

1. Dillon Van Der Wal, TE

Rivals: 3-stars

Scout: 4-stars

The 6'7" 240 pound tight end from Oaks Christian, California has made a soft verbal to Arizona State after showing no interest in other Pac-12 schools such as UCLA, USC, and Cal.

The scout.com No.13 tight end recruit in the country still has visits planned to SEC schools Vanderbilt and Arkansas later on in January.

 

2. Gionni Paul, OLB

Rivals: 3-stars

Scout: 3-stars

The star linebacker from the state of Florida has verbally committed to Arizona State after offers from such schools as Auburn, LSU, Michigan, Tennessee, Texas, Tech, Florida State, among others.

Rumors are that ASU's standout linebacker Vontaze Burfict helped seal the deal with bringing Gionni Paul to Tempe, AZ.

 

3. Michael Eubank, QB

Rivals: 3-stars

Scout: 4-stars

Michael Eubank is a 6'5" 220 pound quarterback from the talent rich Centennial High School in Corona California.

Ranked as the No. 13 quarterback recruit in the nation, Eubank brings in the duel-threat approach to Arizona State after turning down Washington, Cincinnati, and rival school Arizona.

 

4. Michael Bercovici, QB

Rivals: 3-stars

Scout: 3-stars

Although the 6'2" 205 pound quarterback from Woodland Hills, California lacks the prototypical size for his position, he is known for his consistency and accuracy in the recruiting world.

Bercovici has already signed his letter of intent with Arizona State.

 

5. Steward Butler, RB

Rivals: 3-stars

Scout: 3-stars

Steward Butler has a stature of just 5'9" and 165 pounds, but in 2010 the running back broke into the top-3 in Florida high school history for single season rushing yards with 3,043.

Butler gave Arizona State a verbal commitment after turning down offers from Marshall and West Virginia.

 

6. Israel Marshall, OLB/S

Rivals: 3-stars

Scout: 3-stars 

The standout from Mountain Pointe High School in Phoenix, AZ chose to make a solid verbal commitment with Arizona State after receiving offers from Boise State, Arizona, and Colorado State.

In his senior year, he was named first team all-region after recording 67 tackles, two interceptions, and two sacks on the 2010 season.

 

7. Matthew Ramondo, DT

Rivals: 3-stars

Scout: 3-stars

Considered as the No. 2 overall recruit for the state of New Mexico, the 6'4" 285 pound defensive tackle has made a solid verbal commitment with Arizona State after receiving offers from Michigan State, Arizona, New Mexico, and New Mexico State.

 

8. Rashad Wadood, CB

Rivals: 3-stars

Scout: 3-stars

The standout cornerback/running back from Lakewood High School in California has given ASU a soft verbal commitment.

Wadood is still showing medium interest in Colorado and Miami (FL), in which he is set to visit on January 21.

 

9. Devin Goodman, OG

Rivals: 3-stars

Scout: 3-stars

The 6'2" 270 pound offensive guard from the recruiting grounds of Lakeland, Florida, made a solid verbal commitment with Arizona State back in September, after receiving just one other offer from Marshall.

 

10. Sean O'Grady, DE

Rivals: 2-stars

Scout: 3-stars

Known for his explosion and foot quickness, Sean O'Grady has made a solid verbal commitment to Arizona State over San Diego State, Washington State, and Colorado State.

The defensive end from California needs to add weight to his 6'3" 230 pound frame to play at the next level.