College football season is only a few weeks away, and that means summer conditioning has come to an end.
Arizona State redshirt senior Laiu Moekiola did the honors of breaking the rock, symbolizing the end of ASU's summer workouts.
The Sun Devils held one final workout in the practice bubble, and now the team is prepared to head out to Camp Tontozona during the first week of August.
Several players looked notably bigger and more muscular, highlighted by wideout Cameron Smith. ASU strength and conditioning coach Shawn Griswold mentioned Smith was up to 202 pounds but only at 4 percent body fat.
Junior running back Kalen Ballage also had a good summer, and redshirt senior wide receiver Tim White admitted that Ballage beat White in a 40-yard dash earlier in the week by about "three yards."
White, who reportedly beat redshirt senior defensive back De'Chavon "Gump" Hayes in a race, added that Smith hasn't raced anyone yet, but he'll probably get going once fall camp gets underway.