Coming off an outstanding summer with Team Trae Young, the buzz around “Bo,” aka Ketraleus Aldridge was big, and he’s now decided where his hoops stardom will take him next.

Ketraleus announced on November 7 that he has committed to Arizona State University to play for the Sun Devils at the next level.

Ketraleus graduated from Highland Park high in Kansas last May but reclassified for the Class of 2024 and was ranked the No. 34 guard in his class.

The 6-4 guard, who is currently enrolled at PHHoenix Prep and is slated to play for Overtime Elite Academy this winter, had offers from Oklahoma, Tulsa, Mississippi and Mississippi State but chose to stay in Arizona, committing to ASU.

Arizona State University is coached by NCAA legend Bobby Hurley, who is in his ninth season at the helm and a visit to Tempe in late October, where Hurley offered a scholarship directly, clinched a commitment from Ketraleus.

ASU participated in the NCAA Tournament last year, their third tournament bid under Hurley. They defeated Nevada in the First Four before losing a close game to TCU in the Round of 64. The Sun Devils will be leaving the PAC-12 for the Big 12 starting next season.