Ketraleus Aldridge, a 6-foot-4 guard in the class of 2024, announced his commitment to play Arizona State basketball on social media Tuesday afternoon.
ASU received four 2024 commitments in the past two weeks, as Aldridge joins Amier Ali, Sammy Yeanay and Jaden Smith.
Let’s do it ❤️🙏🏾 pic.twitter.com/a4gn8aQ7uF
— Ketraleus” Bo “ Aldridge ❤️🔥 (@Ketraleus_1) November 7, 2023
— Bobby Hurley (@BobbyHurley11) November 8, 2023
Aldridge plays for PHHoenix Prep, the top basketball program in the Valley, and Overtime Elite’s Diamond Doves. He previously played for Highland Park High School in Kansas, which went 24-1 in his final season (2022-23), according to MaxPreps.
He had offers from Oklahoma, Mississippi, Mississippi State and Bryant among other programs and is a three-star prospect ranked by 247Sports and Rivals.
The 247Sports Composite has him ranked as the No. 187 prospect in his class and the No. 16 player out of Arizona.
ASU’s 2024 recruiting class is No. 12 in the country in the 247Sports rankings after its 2023 class finished No. 58.
Aldridge shoots left-handed and has highlight reels of sky-high dunks.
— Ketraleus” Bo “ Aldridge ❤️🔥 (@Ketraleus_1) June 24, 2023
The Sun Devils open the season Wednesday in Chicago against Mississippi State at 7:30 pm ASU’s home opener is Saturday against Texas Southern.