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ASU Football: Plenty of players still on Muscle Beach

The Sun Devils travel to play Washington this week.

Utah v Arizona State Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images

Arizona State began its prep for its road contest at No. 7 Washington Huskies on Tuesday. Media was allowed to watch stretching, individual drills and 11-on-0 offense.

Muscle Beach

ASU’s injury list was a little shorter when it lined up against Utah on Thursday night, but Muscle Beach was still pretty crowded today.

Redshirt sophomore offensive lineman Sam Jones was off to the side during stretches before heading over the Muscle Beach. Redshirt freshman offensive lineman Cade Cote did the same and had his arm in a sling.

Junior linebacker Christian Sam went through what has become his normal practice routine: walking through stretches before heading to Muscle Beach during individual drills. If you still have any hope of seeing him in action this season, you should let that go.

Redshirt freshman linebacker Malik Lawal was off to the side as well. Lawal suffered an injury during the game against Utah.

Others on Muscle Beach were: wide receiver Cam Smith, defensive lineman George Lea and defensive lineman Christian Hill.


ASU’s offense went through a few plays 11-on-air. Manny Wilkins led the first team, Dillon Sterling-Cole ran the 2s and Jack Smith ran with the 3s.

First-team offense:

Manny Wilkins (QB), Kalen Ballage (RB), N’Keal Harry (WR), Tim White (WR), Fred Gammage (WR), Kody Kohl (TE/H-back), Evan Goodman (LT), Steven Miller (LG), AJ McCollum (C), Quinn Bailey (RG), Zach Robertson (RT).

  • Only executed inside run plays

Second-team offense:

Dillon Sterling-Cole (QB), Nick Ralston (RB), Terrell Chatman (WR), Kyle Williams (WR), Ellis Jefferson (WR), Cohl Cabral (LT), Stephon McCray (LG), Tyler McClure (C), Alex Losoya (RG), Mason Walter (RT).

  • Ran two run plays and two bubble screens


A Cleveland Browns scout was in attendance.