The Arizona State Sun Devils held their second fall camp practice at the Kajikawa Practice Fields on Wednesday.
The Sun Devils performed stretches before going into ball security drills, tempo drills, board drills and ran several 11-on-11 plays.
Coach Napier leads #ASU RBs through ball security drills pic.twitter.com/EDEIBV5iiC— Josiah Destin (@jdestinsports) July 26, 2017
Last Practice: Tuesday, July 25
Next Practice: Friday, July 28
Weather: 92 degrees with 46 percent humidity.
Music: Show out (Juicy J, Big Sean, Young Jeezy), Bugatti (Future ft. Rick Ross)
Green (no tackling, limited activity)
Brady White, Jalen Bates, Maurice Chandler
QB: Manny Wilkins
RB: Kalen Ballage, Demario Richard
WR: N’Keal Harry, John Humphrey, Jalen Harvey
TE: Tommy Hudson
OL: (LT) Cohl Cabral, (LG) Sam Jones , (C) A.J. McCollum, (RG) Steven Miller , (RT) Quinn Bailey.
QB: Blake Barnett
RB: Nick Ralston
WR: Ryan Newsome, Terrell Chatman, Kyle Williams
TE: Jay Jay Wilson
OL: (LT) Tyson Rising, (LG) Connor Humphreys, (C) Tyler McClure, (RG) Alex Losoya, (RT) Mason Walter.
DL: Tashon Smallwood, George Lea, JoJo Wicker
LB: Koron Crump, D.J. Calhoun, Christian Sam
DB: J’Marcus Rhodes, Chase Lucas, Chad Adams, Dasmond Tautalatasi, Kobe Williams
DL: Corey Smith, Tyler Johnson, Renell Wren
LB: Parker Higgins, Alani Latu, Khalen Thomas
DB: Joseph Bryant, Jeremy Smith, Ty Thomas, Darien Cornay, Marcus
Manny Wilkins: In one of Wilkins’s first plays, he connected with Harry for a 30-plus yard accurately thrown bomb to the middle of the field. He then threw a mix of completions and incompletions, but overall, threw accurately.
Blake Barnett: The redshirt sophomore completed a screen pass to Humphrey, before running a series of hand offs to Ralston. In one play, Barnett scrambled to find room and was touched in the backfield, which ended the play.
Dillon Sterling-Cole: The third-string QB handed the ball to Smith who ran for few gains of yardage. Then, Sterling cole rolled out of the pocket and threw a couple feet over the hands of a receiver running a flat route.
John O’Brien took three to four kicks from 20 to 40 yards and didn’t miss any. Christian Zendejas attempted a kick from about 40 yards and shanked it.
Brandon Ruiz hit over a 50-yard kick that skimmed the inside of the left post.
John O'Brien hits a 30-plus yard kick here. He hit from 20, 30 & 40.— Josiah Destin (@jdestinsports) July 26, 2017
Brandon Ruiz finished special team drills making a 50-plus yarder. pic.twitter.com/PL4DuPxA5N
*Media was allowed at practice for roughly 25 minutes.