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Strong stays grounded amid great success

Strong stays grounded amid great success

The wide receiver unit was one of the biggest weak spots on the Arizona State roster a year ago. Desperately needing a playmaker out wide, Todd Graham and Mike Norvell landed a recruit in the offseason that would completely change the outlook on the Sun Devils' offense in 2013: Jaelen Strong.

From the onset of the regular season, redshirt sophomore Jaelen Strong stepped in and added a downfield threat to Arizona State that they haven't seen in quite some time in Tempe. He and quarterback Taylor Kelly clicked right away and had found a special, downright difficult to stop back shoulder throw that was on full display by the second game against Wisconsin. There was a drive in that... Recommended Stories

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