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The Sun Devil football staff has seen its fair share of turnover throughout the past few months, and that trend continued on Monday. Chaparral head coach Conrad Hamilton resigned from his post at the Scottsdale high school to join Todd Graham's staff with the maroon and gold, where he will serve as a senior defensive analyst for the team.
Chaparral has had a lot of success and Conrad Hamilton is one of the state's top coaches, but ASU adding him to their staff is surprising.— Fabian Ardaya (@fardaya15) April 4, 2016
Hamilton is slated to help with game planning through researching and analyzing defensive tendencies.
Former Sun Devils
Former Arizona State pitcher Jake Barrett made his major league debut on Monday, pitching one scoreless inning out of the bullpen for the Arizona Diamondbacks. Barrett was the first man to relieve starter Zack Greinke in the team's season opener, a game the Diamondbacks would eventually go on to lose, 10-5.
In total, 12 former Sun Devils were named to Opening Day rosters this season. The program has now sent 104 players to the MLB, which is more than any other school in the country.