Found April 12, 2013 on Fox Sports Arizona:
TEMPE, Ariz. -- Undoubtedly, position battles during spring practice should be taken with a grain of salt. New recruits have yet to arrive. Some players are still healing from injuries. Others will make significant strides over the summer in the weight room and elsewhere. Still, spring practice provides a good, long look at where certain players are and how they might contribute in the coming year. For Arizona State, a handful of position battles have developed and played out this spring. Though those contests will continue into fall camp, the results so far will be on display Saturday at Sun Devil Stadium during the annual spring game. Now that we've provided a disclaimer about spring competitions, here is a look at where the key battles stand as of now. WIDE RECEIVER Status: Dire. Receiver is by far the position of greatest concern right now, and coach Todd Graham hasn't been shy about acknowledging that. He's practically drooling at the prospect of what the recei...

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