Oregon landed a transfer commitment from former Arizona State linebacker Connor Soelle on Sunday.

A 2019 signee of the Sun Devils, Soelle spent four years with the Sun Devils before entering the transfer portal earlier this month. Soelle served as a backup linebacker and a core special teams performer during his time in Tempe as his brother, Kyle, held down a starting spot at linebacker.

Soelle has two remaining years of eligibility.

Soelle began his ASU career as a hybrid safety/linebacker before converting to a more traditional inside ‘backer in 2020. At 6-foot-1, 220, Soelle doesn’t have prototypical size, but he paired it with exceptional athleticism. He was the No. 3 inside ‘backer in ASU’s defense this past season, recording a career-high 30 tackles to go with a tackle for loss and one pass breakup.

As a Sun Devil, he appeared in 30 games while making 52 tackles, two TFLs, a forced fumble, and a pass breakup.

Soelle is Oregon’s second transfer commitment at linebacker, joining former Iowa starter Jestin Jacobs.