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De Armas taking nothing for granted

De Armas taking nothing for granted

Life's adversity often makes a person appreciate what he has or had to work for that much more, and in the case of ASU's newsiest signee Chris De Armas he will never view football again like he used to.

"I'm so excited, it really is a relief," said the 6-4, 295 Chris De Armas about signing with Arizona State. "I've been through this route before and now to have it all settled and done now which really allows me to focus my academics and getting better on the field." De Armas who prepped at Southwest Miami in Florida, signed with the University of South Florida out of high school in 2005. "I...

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