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Elder shines in debut

Elder shines in debut

Playing D-I football is a tough transition for someone who has never played at that level before. Most people usually only associate that transitional period with freshmen, but Junior College transfers sometimes deal with those same problems, and luckily for Sun Devil fans, safety Eddie Elder doesn't fall into that category.

Since the first-time Sun Devil fans saw the 5'10'', 186-pound Elder this spring he has impressed with his ability to make that transition from Junior College seem simple by making several big plays from the defensive backfield. Many expected to see plenty of Elder this season regardless of whether or not he started, but through most of fall camp he was fighting to take that spot from redshirt... Recommended Stories

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