Arizona State to be without multiple offensive players vs. Fresno State, per report
Arizona State is up against it on the offensive side of the football. Injury concerns are mounting for the Sun Devils, who lost right tackle Emmit Bohle to a season-ending injury during last weekend’s loss to Oklahoma State.
According to SunDevilSource’s Chris Karpman, the Sun Devils will also be without tight end Jalin Conyers and reserve running back DeCarlos Brooks for their Week 3 contest against Fresno State. Conyers and Brooks will be re-evaluated after the Fresno game, according to Karpman.
Conyers has eight targets in ASU’s first two games, bringing in six of them for 68 yards. He’s the team’s top option at tight end, and his absence should open up an opportunity for backups Messiah Swinson and Bryce Pierre.
Swinson had a catch for 5 yards in the opener. Pierre had a catch for 12 yards last weekend.
Brooks, a Cal transfer, has 21 rushing attempts for 90 yards so far while serving as the primary backup to Cameron Skattebo.
Without him, ASU figures to give Tevin White more looks against the Bulldogs. Kyson Brown got a carry last weekend against Oklahoma State, but that play resulted in a fumble and he didn’t touch the ball again the rest of the game.
On the offensive line, coach Kenny Dillingham said earlier this week that Isaia Glass, Cade Briggs, and Aaron Frost are all questionable for the Fresno game. Ben Coleman is not expected to play.
ASU faces Fresno State on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. PT on FS1.