Arizona State got great news on Monday.

Travez Moore has been medically cleared for a return to the field after an ACL injury wiped away his 2021 season. The pass-rushing defensive lineman announced on social media that he’ll be ready to roll when fall camp opens.

A late 2020 transfer from LSU, Moore saw his debut season with the Sun Devils in 2021 come to an end just three games in after an ACL tear put him on the sideline. Though not a listed starter on the depth chart, Moore was charged with getting after the passer on third downs early in the year.

With a 6-foot-3, 245-pound frame and some quick twitch to his game, he’s a potential force up front for the Sun Devils. He was on hand for spring camp earlier this year but didn’t participate. If he’s able to get a full helping of fall camp, it should give him a nice runway to get ready for the new season.

Though it has key contributors from last year’s group to replace all along the front—DJ Davidson, Tyler Johnson, Jermayne Lole—the defensive line projects as a strength for the Sun Devils moving into the new year. There’s talent and depth. Moore’s return to the two-deep will help further both.

He had 2.5 tackles for loss and a sack in his three appearances last season. According to Pro Football Focus, he was ASU’s fifth-highest-graded front seven defender last season and its fourth-best pass-rusher.