Per DevilsDigest.com and via House of Sparky, Arizona State running back Cameron Marshall underwent surgery last week to repair some nagging injuries to his ankle. This means he'll miss all spring practices but the prognosis now is that he'll be back in time for fall camp and the upcoming season.
Marshall rushed for 1,050 yards last season - the first Sun Devil to eclipse the 1000-yard mark since 2006 - on 230 rushes, a 4.6-yard average. He scored an impressive 18 touchdowns and added 24 receptions for 188 yards, all while slowed by said ankle injury. The 5'11, 220 pound sophomore will look to bounce back next season and lead Arizona's rushing attack. He'll be joined in the backfield, likely, by incoming recruits D.J. Foster and Marion Grice, as well as redshirt sophomore Deantre Lewis, as Arizona looks to establish a dominant run game.
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