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ASU Football: Latu limited at Wednesday practice

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Another key defensive player joins Arizona State’s injury list.

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The Arizona State Sun Devils continued practice on Wednesday ahead of their first Pac-12 road matchup of the year against the USC Trojans.

Media was allowed to watch the team work through a tracking circuit, ball security drills and tempo drills outside at the Kajikawa Practice Fields before being removed.

Christian Sam, Ami Latu update

Defensive tackle Ami Latu worked on the side during opening stretches before hitting Muscle Beach during the drill portion of practice.

Latu sported a large white wrap over his left knee.

Linebacker Christian Sam—who hasn’t played in a game since leaving ASU’s season-opener against NAU with an ankle injury—was on Muscle Beach once again this morning.

Other Injury Notes

Defensive back/linebacker Tyler Whiley sported a white wrap over his right hand. Whiley briefly left Tuesday’s practice before returning.

Offense Tempo

Here’s how the first unit lined up during tempo drills, during which they faced no defense.

First Team

Manny Wilkins (QB); Nick Ralston (RB); N’Keal Harry (WR), Jalen Harvey (WR), Tim White (slot); Kody Kohl (TE, H-back); Evan Goodman (LT), Sam Jones (LG), AJ McCollum (C), Stephon McCray (RG), Quinn Bailey (RT)

Possession Summary:

  • Run option, Ralston
  • False Start, McCray
  • Wilkins complete short Harry
  • RPO, complete pass to White
  • RO, Ralston
  • RPO, complete fade to Harry for TD

Second Team

Brady White (QB); Jacom Brimhall (RB); Ellis Jefferson (WR), Cameron Smith (WR), Frederick Gammage (slot); Raymond Epps (TE, H-back); Cohl Cabral (LT), Tyson Rising (LG), Tyler McClure (C), Steven Miller (RG), Zach Robertson (RT)

Third Team

The unit featured Jay Jay Wilson at TE/H-back and Terrell Chatman at WR.