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Damarious Randall heading into rSr season: A closer look at the Packers' eight picks: Round 1/30 -- Damarious Randall, S/CB, 5-11, 196, Arizona State...General manager Ted Thompson surprised many by not taking one of the top true cover corners in this year's draft class, but, nevertheless, he addressed a big need with the selection of the highly regarded Randall. Despite playing at ASU only two seasons after going the junior-college route as an underclassman, Randall excelled as a playmaker in a versatile role in the secondary with considerable man-coverage responsibilities. At worst, Randall is cut out to play nickel corner in the slot right away but is talented enough to win the vacant starting job on the boundary. - The Sports Xchange
*Carl Bradford heading into rJr season: A closer look at the Packers' picks: Round 4/121 - Carl Bradford, OLB, 6-1, 252, Arizona St.,...Packers college scouting director Brian Gutekunst said, "we felt very fortunate" Bradford still was on the board at this pick. Bradford's draft stock presumably plummeted after he racked up 20 sacks the last two seasons because he doesn't measure up to stay at defensive end. The Green Bay brass says Bradford will play outside linebacker in its 3-4 scheme, but sliding him inside can't be discounted to upgrade an area that has lacked sizzle with A.J. Hawk as the centerpiece. - The Sports Xchange
Trevor Hankins heading into rSr season: 2010: Former walk-on was the starting punter in 2009 and 2010...Appeared in 11 games as the starting punter...punted 54 times for 2406 yards (44.6 avg.)...his longest punt of the season was 63 yards...recorded six touchbacks and pinned the opposing team inside the 20-yard line 16 times...collected a pair of solo tackles on the season...2009: Appeared in all 12 games as the starting punter...averaged 44.2 yards a punt on 69 kicks...his longest punt of the season was 69 yards...recorded seven touchbacks and pinned 21 punts inside the 20 yard-line...had 18 punts over 50 yards...made two tackles (one solo) on the season...2008: Played in two games...had seven punts for 260 yards (37.1 avg.) on the season...punted three times for 112 yards (37.3 avg.) and had a season-high 53-yard punt in the third quarter against Oregon on Oct. 25...Junior College: ...Attended Glendale (Ariz.) Community College.
Thomas Weber heading into rSr season: 2010: Played in all 12 games...made 17-of-24 field goals, including 2-of-2 from beyond 50 yards, and was 42-for-45 on extra-point attempts...scored 93 points on the season...recorded a season-high five field goals, including a season-high 52-yarder, a pair of 40-yarders, a 38-yarder and a 36-yarder Dec. 2 against Arizona...2009: Played in only eight games due to injury...connected on 8-of-13 field goal attempts and was 19-for-20 on extra point kicks...2008: Played in all 12 games...made 19-of-25 field goal attempts and 29-of-30 PAT attempts...led team in scoring for second straight season, with 86 points...also punted in 11 of the team's 12 games...had 59 punts for 2,442 yards (41.4 avg.)...named a Second-Team Sophomore All-American by CollegeFootballNews.com...was an Honorable Mention All-Pac-10 selection...2007: Played in all 13 games...made 24 of his 25 field goal attempts and 46 of 48 PAT attempts...scored 118 points, tying him for the most in a season in school history with kicker Mike Barth, who did it in 2002...his 24 made field goals are tied for the second-most in school history, behind only Luis Zendejas' 28 in 1983...had 47 punts for 1,847 yards (39.3 avg.) after assuming the punting duties in ASU's win over Washington State on Oct. 6...the first freshman in history to receive the Lou Groza Award, presented annually to the nation's best kicker...one of three freshmen to be named to the AP All-American First Team, along with Texas Tech's Michael Crabtree and Missouri's Jeremy Maclin...2006: Redshirted.
*Brock Osweiler heading into Jr season: A closer look at the Broncos' picks: Round 2/57 -- Brock Osweiler, QB, 6-7, 242, Arizona State...Osweiler sat atop the Broncos' draft board at the 57th pick, but if they get their way, he won't see the field for at least three years while serving as Peyton Manning's understudy. Osweiler has arguably the strongest arm in the 2012 class, but only started one year and was erratic at times. - The Sports Xchange
Shawn Lauvao heading into rSr season: 2009 Senior Bowl Invite…2008: Started all 12 games, the first eight at left guard and then the last four at right tackle…was an Honorable Mention All-Pac-10 selection…team won three straight games after he made the move to right tackle, beginning with the game at Washington on Nov. 8…Devils ran for season-high 182 yards in Lauvao's first start at right tackle. 2007: Played in all 13 games, with nine starts…became the starting left guard in Week 5 at Stanford, and held that position for the remainder of the season…was the youngest of the seven Sun Devil offensive linemen that started during the season, breaking into a rotation that also included five seniors and one junior. 2006: Appeared in five games as a redshirt freshman…made his Sun Devil debut in the season opener against Northern Arizona…also competed against Nevada, Stanford, Washington State and at Arizona…earned Hard Hat Player recognition for his work in the team's winter strength and conditioning program. 2005: Redshirted as a member of the scout team…earned the McBurney Scout Team Award, given annually to ASU's most outstanding offensive scout team player. Personal: Cousin, Saute Sapolu, played defensive end at ASU from 1985-88.
Garth Gerhart heading into rSr season: 2010: Started all 12 games at center…had first career catch at the start of the fourth quarter Sept. 11 against in state foe Northern Arizona (for one yard). 2009: Started seven games, including the final six games of the season…began two games at center and five at right guard…appeared in eight games in total…missed time with left turf toe. 2008: Played in six games, starting the final three…moved from center to guard near the end of the season…started at left guard each of the last three games. 2007: Redshirted. Personal: Blocked for brother, Toby, in high school; Toby had an outstanding career at running back for Stanford and now plays in the NFL.
*Jaelen Strong heading into rJr season: A closer look at the Texans' seven picks: Round 3/70 - Jaelen Strong, WR, 6-2, 217, Arizona State...Strong was the centerpiece of the Texans' draft. Projected as a late first-round pick, he slid to the third round. The Texans then dealt three picks and frustrated wide receiver DeVier Posey to the New York Jets for the eventual replacement for Andre Johnson. - The Sports Xchange
Travis Goethel heading into Sr season: 2009 Texas vs the Nation Invite…2008: 12 GP; 12 GS; 39 Sol-71 TT, 7.5 TFL, 2 INT, 4 PBU; Was the only linebacker to start every game during the season…finished third on the team with 71 tackles (39 solo)…recorded eight tackles (seven solo) and had a 38-yard interception return for a touchdown in the second quarter of win over UCLA on Nov. 28, as the Sun Devils tied an NCAA record with four defensive touchdowns in the game. 2007: 13 GP; 13 GS; 43 Sol-71 TT, 3.5 TFL, 1 SK, 3 PBU, 3 FF; Started at outside linebacker…finished second on the team with 71 tackles (43 solo) and tied for the team lead with three forced fumbles…finished the year by leading the team with a season-high nine tackles (four solo) and forcing a fumble in Pacific Life Holiday Bowl against Texas. 2006: 13 GP; 4 GS; 21 Sol-29 TT, 1 TFL, 1 SK; Started four games at will linebacker…earned Pac-10 All-Freshman and honorable mention Freshman All-America honors by The Sporting News.
Will Sutton heading into rSr season: A closer look at the Bears' picks: Round 3/82 -- Will Sutton, DT, 6-1, 303, Arizona State...A natural under tackle who will be tried at that spot in the Bears defense, he went from 270 pounds to 309 pounds and now back to 290. As a bigger player, his assignment was occupying blockers. When his weight was down, he was attacking up the field. Sutton finished with 20.5 sacks and 45.5 tackles for loss. He was chosen the Pat Tillman Award winner as Pac-12 defensive player of the year as a junior, when at a lighter weight he made 13 sacks and 23 1/2 tackles for loss.
*Vontaze Burfict heading into Jr season: 2010: The Sporting News Pac-10 Defensive MVP… second-team All-Pac-10 pick by league coaches… appeared in every game, starting all but one as a penalty for a head-butt and other undisciplined on-field behavior…led ASU defense with 90 tackles, including 54 solos…added 8.5 tackles for loss for minus 18 yards…tied team with most forced fumbles (two) and third most pass break-ups (three). 2009: Appeared in all 12 games of the season and started the final nine…finished his true freshman season second on the team in total tackles with 69 (40 solo)…added seven tackles for loss, two sacks and two forced fumbles…led the team with two fumble recoveries and also had five pass breakups…collected a season-high 11 tackles (three solo) and one and half tackles for loss at Georgia Sept. 26…led the team with eight tackles (six solo), one tackle for loss and a forced fumble Nov. 14 against Oregon.
Marcus Hardison heading into Sr season: A closer look at the Bengals' nine picks: Round 4/135 - Marcus Hardison, DT, 6-3, 307, Arizona State...Went from making five tackles as a junior in 2013 to leading the Sun Devils with 10 sacks and 15 tackles for loss as a senior. Played as an end most of last season, but the Bengals plan on start him out playing inside in their 4-3 system. - The Sports Xchange
Jamil Douglas heading into rSr season: A closer look at the Dolphins' seven picks: Round 4/114 - Jamil Douglas, G, 6-4, 300, Arizona State...Douglas fits a need and that's a good thing for a team that needed two starting guards. It's unclear whether Douglas will be able to step in and definitely take a starting job but he should provide quality depth in the worst case scenario. - The Sports Xchange
Troy Nolan heading into rSr season: 2007: 13 GP; 13 GS; 39 Sol-64 TT, 2 TFL, 6 INT, 7 PBU; Started all 13 games at safety…led the team with six interceptions, 129 interception return yards and two interception returns for touchdowns…his six interceptions put him second in the Pac-10, and only 11 players in the Bowl Subdivision had more on the season…finished third on the team with 64 tackles (39 solo) and second with seven pass break-ups…earned Second-Team All-Pac-10 honors…was named to the Watch List for the Jim Thorpe Award, presented annually to the nation's top defensive back…2006: Redshirted due to a knee injury suffered during spring drills...JC: A 2005 graduate of the College of the Canyons in Santa Clara, Calif...named All-Western States Conference first-team on defense in 2005...led College of the Canyons to the National Championship, the Western States Conference Championship and the California State Championship in 2004...also led the College of the Canyons to the Western States Conference Championship in 2005.
Omar Bolden heading into rSr season: A closer look at the Broncos' picks: Round 4/101 -- Omar Bolden, CB/KR, 5-10, 195, Arizona State...The overhaul of the Broncos' secondary continued with the selection of Bolden, who should play in dime packages right away and might also usurp Chris Harris as the nickel back. Bolden also fills a kick-returner hole left by Eddie Royal's departure. COULD SURPRISE: Cornerback Omar Bolden: He tumbled down the draft board after suffering a torn left ACL during spring practice at Arizona State last year. He missed all of 2011, and a previous MCL injury that torpedoed his 2009 campaign raised medical red flags. But if he's healthy, he can contribute in nickel and dime packages and on kickoff returns immediately. - The Sports Xchange
*Lawrence Guy heading into Jr season: 2010: Played and started in all 12 games...ended the year with 41 tackles (14 solo), six tackles for loss, 1.5 sacks and a pair of pass break-ups...collected five tackles (one solo) Sept. 25 against Oregon...recorded five tackles (one solo) vs. UCLA Nov. 26...finished the Sept. 18 bout vs. Wisconsin with three tackles (two solo) and a one-yard sack...grabbed four tackles (one solo) Sept. 11 vs. Northern Arizona...had four tackles (one solo) and assisted on a sack vs. USC Nov. 6...collected 1.5 tackles for loss in a win over Arizona Dec. 2...made at least one tackle in all 12 games...2009: Recorded 37 tackles (20 solo), seven tackles for loss, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery on the season...led the team in sacks with four and a half, and in quarterback hurries with three...started 11 games at defensive tackle...had his best game of the season Oct. 31 against California, finishing the day with five tackles (three solo), two sacks, two tackles for loss and a forced fumble he returned for eight yards...2008: Played in all 12 games, starting the final eight games of the season...totaled 44 tackles (17 solo), 10.0 tackles for loss (minus 22 yards), two sacks (minus nine yards) and one fumble recovery that he returned for a touchdown...his 44 tackles were the second-highest among Pac-10 defensive tackles on the season...earned First-Team Freshman All-American honors from the Football Writers Association of America, Sporting News, PhilSteele.com and CollegeFootballNews.com...also was an Honorable Mention All-Pac-10 selection.
Rudy Carpenter heading into rSr season: 2008 Preseason: Had surgery on his right (throwing) hand after spring 2008 drills…he sprained it in October 2007 vs. Cal, aggravated it a couple of weeks later...2007: 13 GP; 13 GS; Rush: 93-(-205)-(-2.2)-0; Pass: 398-246-61.8-3202-25-10; Rec: 1-(-7)-(-7)-0; Started all 13 games...earned honorable mention All-Pac-10 honors for the second consecutive season...completed 246-of-398 passes for 3,202 yards and 25 touchdowns...became the fourth Sun Devil in school history to surpass 2,000 yards passing in three consecutive seasons, joining Jeff Van Raaphorst (1984-86), Jake Plummer (1994-96) and Andrew Walter (2002-04)...finished third in the Pac-10 conference in passing yards and touchdown passes...was one of 15 semifinalists for the Davey O'Brien Award, presented annually to the nation's best quarterback...2006: 13 GP; 13 GS; Pass: 332-184-55.4-2523-23-14; Started all 13 games...Earned honorable mention All-Pac-10 honors in his first full season as starting quarterback...completed 184-of-332 passes for 2,523 yards and 23 touchdowns...finished third in the Pac-10 Conference in touchdown passes...also grossed 296 rushing yards (69 net yards)...2005: 9 GP; 5 GS; Pass: 228-156-68.4-2273-17-2; Played in nine games, starting the final five of the season...despite starting fewer than half the season's games, he submitted the finest season by a freshman quarterback in ASU history...led the nation and set an ASU single-season record with a 175.01 passer efficiency rating, the first freshman to do so since the statistic began to be tracked in 1979...completed 156-of-288 passes for 2,273 yards and 17 touchdowns on the year.
Marion Grice heading into Sr season: A closer look at the Chargers' picks: Round 6/201 --Marion Grice, RB, 6-0, 208, Arizona State...Not a back with elite speed, but one that is patient in waiting for his blocks and can hit the hole with quickness. Seems to be a good option on third downs as he has soft hands and is adequate in pass blocking. The end of his season last year was derailed by a leg injury, but according to the Chargers, he's good to go. - The Sports Xchange
Dexter Davis heading into rSr season: 2009 East-West Shrine Invite…2008: 12 GP; 12 GS; 25 Sol-40 TT, 15 TFL, 11 SK, 1 PBU, 2 FF; Started all 12 games at defensive end, the third consecutive season he has started every game…led the team and finished third in the Pac-10 with 11.0 sacks (minus 81 yards)…also collected a team-high 15.0 tackles for loss (minus 95 yards)…was an Honorable Mention All-Pac-10 selection…earned the team’s Most Outstanding Defensive Lineman award for the second straight season at the year-end banquet. 2007: 13 GP; 13 GS; 21 Sol-33 TT, 13.5 TFL, 10.5 SK, 1 PBU, 2 QBH, 3 FF; Led the team with 10.5 sacks (minus 63 yards) and 13.5 tackles for loss (minus 72 yards)…earned Second-Team All-Pac-10 honors…was named the team's Most Outstanding Defensive Lineman at the year-end banquet. 2006: 13 GP; 13 GS; 26 Sol-40 TT, 10.5 TFL, 6 SK, 1 PBU, 2 QBH, 3 FF; Earned honorable mention Freshman All-America and Pac-10 All-Freshman and honors by The Sporting News…was presented the team's Bill Kajikawa Sun Devil Award, given to the team's top freshman player at ASU's year-end banquet…led ASU in sacks (6.0) and tackles-for-loss (10.5)…posted the most sacks by a Sun Devil freshman since NCAA sack leader and current Baltimore Ravens' All-Pro Terrell Suggs' 10.0 sacks in 2000…totaled 40 tackles (26 solo), leading all Sun Devil defensive linemen and is the most by an ASU freshman since former Freshman All-American Jason Shivers in 2001…forced a team-high three fumbles, the most by a freshman in the Pac-10 for the season. 2005: Redshirted as a member of ASU's defensive scout team.
Paul Fanaika heading into rSr season: 2007: Started all 13 games at right guard...one of three ASU offensive linemen to start every game during the season...earned honorable mention All-Pac-10 honors... 2006: Played in 12 games, starting the final 10 at right guard...was one of ASU's most improved and sturdy offensive players...earned honorable mention All-Pac-10 honors and was presented ASU's Mike Bartholomew Most Improved Offensive Player Award at the team's year-end banquet...earned his first career start at No. 21 California on Sept. 23 in place of injured Stephen Berg and started the remainder of the season after right tackle Andrew Carnahan sufferend a season-ending injury against the Golden Bears... 2005: Played in 11 games...one of only five freshmen on the roster to play in 11 or more games...earned significant playing time due to injuries among his fellow offensive linemen, and became a reliable reserve... 2004: Redshirted as a member of the scout team.
Keegan Herring heading into Sr season: 2007: 13 GP; 6 GS; Rush: 154-815-5.3-5; Rec: 10-88-8.8-0; Played in all 13 games, starting six...led the Sun Devils with 815 rushing yards on 154 carries (5.3 avg.)...also had five rushing touchdowns on the season...of his five rushing touchdowns, three of them came on runs of 70 yards or more and another was a 46-yard scoring run...had 10 receptions for 88 yards...was a finalist for the Rudy Award, which is given to a college football player who has dealt with adversity, due to the deaths of his father, sister, aunt and friend...2006: 13 GP; 4 GS; Rush: 94-584-6.2-6; Rec: 8-70-8.8-0; Suffered deaths of his father, sister, best friend and aunt, all in the span of four months. Played in all 13 games, starting the first four...totaled 94 carries for 549 rushing yards (5.8 avg.) and six touchdowns...led ASU in yards-per-carry...also caught eight passes for 70 yards....2005: 12 GP; 2 GS; Rush: 158-870-5.5-6; Rec: 3-4-1.3-0; Played in all 12 games as a true freshman, starting two at tailback (UCLA and Arizona)…earned honorable mention Freshman All-America honors and was named to the All-Pac-10 Freshman team by Sporting News…broke ASU's freshman rushing record with a team-leading 870 yards…also led ASU in carries (158), per-carry average (5.5 yards) and tied Rudy Burgess for the team lead in rushing touchdowns (six)…finished ninth in the Pac-10, averaging 72.5 rushing yards-per-game...his uncle, James Peterson, played football at New Mexico State from 1967-71.
Morris Wooten heading into rSr season: 2007: 11 GP; 8 GS; 26 Sol-47 TT, 3 TFL, 1 PBU, 1 QBH, 1 FF; Suspended for 2007 Holiday Bowl for unspecified team rules violation (ASU stated it was not grades or legal trouble). Played in 11 games, making eight starts at middle linebacker…finished the season with 47 tackles (26 solo) and three tackles for loss (minus four yards)…also had one pass break-up and one forced fumble on the season…JC: A 2006 graduate of Glendale (Ariz.) Community College...one of the finest defenders at the junior college level in 2006...named the NJCAA Region 1 Defensive Player of the Year and was one of five nominees for the NJCAA Defensive Player of the Year in 2006...earned second-team NJCAA All-America honors as a sophomore...named to the 2006 All-Western States Football League first-team...was a preseason honorable mention NJCAA All-America selection...in 2006 at Glendale CC, he registered 104 tackles, four quarterback sacks and two forced fumbles...attended Idaho State for one semester prior to attending Glendale CC...attended the same community college as former ASU linebacker and 2005 Pac-10 Conference Pat Tillman Defensive Player of the Year Dale Robinson as well as former Sun Devil and current Houston Texan Chris McKenzie...coached by Joe Kersting at Glendale Community College, whose staff included former Sun Devil All-Pac-10 honoree Phillippi Sparks.
Kyle Williams heading into Sr season: 2009 Texas vs the Nation Invite…2008: 11 GP; 2 GS; Rush: 6-42-7-0; Rec: 19-364-19.2-4; PR: 14-238-17-0 KR: 27-630-23.3-0; Missed time with a concussion during the season. Played in 11 games, making two starts at wide receiver…had a team-high 19.2 yards per catch average…also tied for the team lead with four receiving touchdowns…led the Pac-10 by averaging 17.0 yards per punt return on the season, although he split the punt return duties with senior Nate Kimbrough…was an Honorable Mention All-Pac-10 selection as a return man. 2007: 13 GP; 3 GS; Rush: 6-15-2.5-0; Rec: 29-360-12.4-6; PR: 23-224-9.7-0; 2 Sol-2 TT; Second on the team with six touchdown catches…named to the All-Pac-10 First Team as a punt returner. 2006: 6 GP; 1 GS; Rec: 4-87-21.8-0; PR: 14-77-5.5-0 KR: 4-79-19.8-0; Appeared in six games as a true freshman, starting one, in the Sheraton Hawai'I Bowl against Hawai'i…was initially scheduled to redshirt the season, but his impressive play during practices elevated him to the active roster.
Jamaar Jarrett heading into Sr season: 2010: Honorable Mention All-Pac-10 recipient...started six of the 12 games he appeared...second in team in sacks with four and a half for minus 29 yards...second in team tackles for loss with 10.5 (more than a quarter of his tackle total of 40) for minus 37 yards. 2009: Saw action in 11 of 12 games…collected 16 tackles (eight solo) and three tackles for loss on the season. 2008: Played in 11 games as a reserve defensive lineman…collected nine tackles (three solo), 1.5 tackles for loss and one sack on the season.
Chris McGaha heading into rSr season: 2009 Senior Bowl Invite…2008: 12 GP; 12 GS; Rec: 35-501-14.3-1; KR: 1-32-32-0; 1 Sol-1 TT; Slowed by toe injury suffered in spring, had surgery to correct, but still started all 12 games - the second consecutive season in which he has started every game…finished second on the team with 35 catches and 501 yards. 2007: 13 GP; 13 GS; Rush: 3-1-0.3-0; Rec: 61-830-13.6-1; PR: 1-6-6-0 KR: 5-100-20-0; Finished with 61 receptions for 830 yards to lead the Sun Devils in both categories…received the Mike Bartholomew Most Improved Offensive Player Award at team's year-end banquet. 2006: 13 GP; 5 GS; Rec: 16-238-14.9-3; PR: 2-9-4.5-0 KR: 9-144-16-0; Played in all 13 games, starting the final five contests of the season…one of the top freshman wide receivers in the Pac-10, earning Pac-10 All-Freshman honors by The Sporting News…ranked second among Sun Devil wide receivers with 16 receptions for 238 yards (14.9 avg.) and three touchdowns. 2005: Redshirted.
Dimitri Nance heading into Sr season: 2009 East-West Shrine Invite…2007: Played in 11 games, making his only start in the Pacific Life Holiday Bowl against Texas on Dec. 27…led the Sun Devils with seven rushing touchdowns on the season…finished the year with 500 rushing yards on 133 carries (3.8 avg.)…also had 13 catches for 120 yards on the season…2006: Appeared in 11 games as a true freshman…carried 56 times for 229 yards (4.1 avg.) and three rushing touchdowns…lost only one yard among his 56 carries…was one of the top freshmen running backs in the Pac-10 Conference, ranking second among freshmen in rushing touchdowns and third in rushing yards.
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