TEMPE, Ariz. -- One day early in fall camp, Arizona State coach Todd Graham pulled aside senior safety Damarious Randall. He does that often with players to give individual instruction or words of motivation.
This time, Graham had news for Randall: He'd been named a team captain for 2014 along with quarterback Taylor Kelly, left tackle Jamil Douglas and tight end/linebacker De'Marieya Nelson.
Randall says he was surprised and happy to get the news, especially considering it may be his last season at ASU.
"It means a lot," Randall said Friday. "I don't know if it's my senior year or not, but being elected a captain means a lot and it just shows a lot of the work I put in over the summer and the trust my teammates and coaches have in me."
Though Randall is listed as a senior now, that could change. ASU is in the process of petitioning for another year of eligibility for Randall, who came to ASU last season from Mesa Community College.
"In the next couple weeks to a month I could possi...