Posted March 15, 2012 on
Entering spring practice, perhaps the area with the most uncertainty other than quarterback for the Sun Devils is in their secondary. Last year's graduating class saw the loss of many defensive playmakers, but with returning starting cornerback Deveron Carr back in the fold for another year, the senior is looking to lead by example on the field.
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TEMPE, Ariz. The 11th-ranked Arizona State baseball team fell behind early and suffered a 9-6 loss to Utah Valley on Wednesday night at Packard Stadium despite freshman Nathaniel Causey's first collegiate home run.
The Devils (11-5) gave up seven runs in the first six innings, including four in the second frame, before battling back in the bottom of the sixth to within 7-6...
With spring practice under way, the Sun Devils’ work ethic and expectations for the upcoming season are through the roof. Yet, a completely new coaching staff and inexperience at many positions are some of the hurdles that needed to be overcome, but players such as junior offensive lineman, Evan Finkenberg, are up to the task.
Arizona State senior running back Cameron Marshall talks about the Sun Devils' first spring practice, the changes that came along with the new coaching staff, his personal goals, and more.
For two years Alden Darby has served as the quintessential utility player for the Sun Devil defense, starting out as a safety his freshman year before being used at corner and linebacker last season. Despite the constant changes though, he's managed to become a mainstay in the Arizona State lineup.
Last season, Arizona State’s receiving corps boasted a great deal of individual talent, but with the loss of playmakers like Gerell Robinson and Aaron Pflugrad, the Sun Devils are looking for a new group to arise this spring. Despite being lean on experience, receivers like Kevin Ozier, no longer just a walk-on, are looking to make their mark in the new high-octane ASU offense.