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Daily Devil Dish: Lawson signs with Padres, Anderson making big moves

Monday was a busy day for Arizona State athletics. We break down what went on in this edition of the Daily Devil Dish.

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Miss anything from the world of Arizona State sports on Monday? We've got you covered below.

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ASU Baseball

Tracy Smith lost another member of his recruiting class yesterday as supplemental second-rounder Reggie Lawson decided to sign a professional contract with the San Diego Padres organization.

Lawson joins prospects Gavin Lux, Bo Bichette, and Mikey York as Arizona State's other signees to spurn the Sun Devils and ink contracts with pro clubs. The amateur signing deadline for all players is July 15.

ASU Athletics

Whether it's been the hiring of Bobby Hurley, or elevating the maroon and gold's hockey team to division one status, or getting legendary swim coach Bob Bowman to come to Tempe, athletic director Ray Anderson has made big change after big change to the Arizona State program as a whole.

This feature takes a deeper look at all of the moves Anderson has made in his tenure here.

ASU Football

The commitments just keep on coming for Todd Graham and company. Just days removed from getting three verbal commitments simultaneously, the Sun Devils received a verbal from three-star running back Trelon Smith. The addition of Smith brings Graham's 2017 class up to six players at the moment.