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Rogers making his mark early

Rogers making his mark early

Spring practice is a great chance for players to make early impressions on their coaches as preparations begin for a new season. For early enrollees like tight end Darwin Rogers, a member of Coach Graham's first class at Arizona State, it's a chance to get a head start on the rest of the recruits who will be arriving in the fall.

Without a returning starter at the tight end position this spring for the Sun Devils, Rogers is getting an opportunity to prove his worth and so far has made great use of the time. The Sun Devils returned to the Kajikawa practice field Tuesday afternoon for the start of their second week of spring practice under Graham after having last week off for spring break. The coaching staff held very...

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