We count down the best Sun Devils to wear every jersey number--99 all the way to 1.
The last day of summer is finally here! We honor No. 1 Phillippi Sparks.
A Sun Devil cornerback made his name as a ball hawk during his days in the secondary.
Today's legend teamed up with Jake Plummer to carry the Sun Devils through a magical 1996 season.
Darren Willis is one of nine All-Americans from the Sun Devils' first Rose Bowl team.
A hard working safety checks in at No. 5 in our legends series.
Of all the stories out there, Darren Woodson has one of the best.
It's hard to be more productive than David Fulcher was during his career at Arizona State.
Luis Zendejas holds all sorts of Arizona State kicking records that may never be broken.
One of Bruce Snyder's first standouts takes home the honors at No. 9.
We haven't had a tie yet, but choosing among four players became all too difficult. So why not honor them all?
Who was the latter half of the best father-son combo in ASU history? Danny White.
Arizona State has had plenty of great running backs, but only one led the Sun Devils to a Rose Bowl win.
Sun Devil fans know Chris McGaha as one of the best local products in recent years.
One of the best ball hawks to come through Arizona State makes an appearance at No. 14.
Three sports? Three generations? No problem for this gifted athlete.
Their are great players, and their are heroes. To Sun Devil fans, Jake Plummer was both.
Do you remember Brock Osweiler? Unless you just learned to read, you probably recall the Sun Devil gunslinger's record-setting season.
Another two-way star takes his place at No. 18.
A hard-working safety and two-time team captain appears at No. 19.
Wide receivers rarely wear number 20 and J.D. Hill boasted rare talents.
One of the most complete backs in Arizona State history takes his spot in our legends series.
The greatest running back in Arizona State history wore No. 22.
No. 23, Courtney Jackson, intercepted the dreams of opposing quarterbacks.
We made the tough choice of picking a cornerback over a running back. Do you agree?
If you play on three sides of the football, you deserve to be considered a legend.
An all-purpose athlete makes an appearance at No. 27
A kicker? A kicker? Yes, Thomas Weber was THAT good. Good enough to join our "Sun Devil Legends" series.
We dare to cross the middle with No. 29 in our "Summer of Legends" series.
"Stay true to ASU" had its roots well before CTG, as evidenced by today's legend.
Getting to the other side of the hall would be tough with Windlan Hall guarding you.
Who was the unsung hero of one of Arizona State's greatest backfields? Our answer is No. 32.
Who's the greatest Sun Devil to wear No. 33? How about the only Sun Devil to wear No. 33?