Arizona State coach Kenny Dillingham expects to have an explosive offense in the desert. Jordyn Tyson should fit right in.

The former Colorado wide receiver announced his transfer commitment to Dillingham and the Sun Devils on Tuesday.

A 6-foot-2 receiver from Allen, Texas, Tyson made the most of a bad situation last year with the Buffs. Despite a constant churn at the quarterback spot and a pass game that ranked among the worst in the country, Tyson managed 470 yards and five touchdowns on 22 receptions.

Among receivers last year with at least 20 receptions, his 22.4-yards-per-catch clip ranked third nationally.

The true freshman receiver burst onto the scene against Oregon State on Oct. 22 with three catches for 92 yards, then followed that performance up with back-to-back 100-yard outings. He had five catches for 115 yards and a score when the Buffs faced ASU on Oct. 29.

An injury ended his season prematurely and he missed the final three games. He’ll have four years to play three with the Sun Devils.

Tyson was part of the massive portal exodus at Colorado in the spring. One of his teammates told The Denver Post that every CU player who hit the portal was told to transfer.

“My thoughts on Deion wouldn’t be good, so I’m not going to say anything,” Tyson’s father told The Post. 

At ASU, though, he’ll have the chance to earn a more stable role. The Sun Devils return last year’s leading receiver, Elijhah Badger, as well as Giovanni Sanders.

Tyson is the fifth wideout to commit to transfer to ASU since Dillingham took over, joining Troy Omeire (Texas), Xavier Guillory (Idaho State), Melquan Stovall (Colorado State), and Jake Smith (USC)