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  Cameron Marshall
Cameron Marshall

Player Profile

San Jose, Calif.

High School:
Valley Christian

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 215





NOTES: Arizona State 62, Navy 28

The Sun Devils set 20 Kraft Bowl records


Sun Devils Rout Navy in Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl

Arizona State put in a dominating effort in a 62-28 dismantling on Saturday in San Francisco.


A Look Back At The Season - Part 1

A Look Back At The Season - Part 1


ASU Football Closes Out 2012 Season Versus Navy in Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl

The Sun Devils will play the Midshipmen on Dec. 29 and can be watched on ESPN2.


Sun Devil Football Celebrates 2012 Season With Awards Banquet, Ring of Honor Dinner

Thirteen different postseason awards were handed out to football student-athletes


Arizona State vs. Navy - AP Photos

Arizona State vs. Navy - AP Photos



View photos from the Sun Devils final home game against Washington State


Arizona State vs. Oregon State (AP)

Arizona State vs. Oregon State (AP)


AP Photos: Football vs. Colorado

AP Photos: Football vs. Colorado


Arizona State 27, Cal 17 - AP Photos

Taylor Kelly threw for three touchdowns and ASU held off a late Cal surge to improve to 2-0 in Pac-12 play.

Marshall law: Family trumps rivalry for ASU's Cameron and Arizona Wildcats' Dahlys (by Jeff Metcalfe, Arizona Republic/Nov. 17, 2011)
Marshall gives balance to ASU football's offense (by Paola Boivin, Arizona Republic/Sept. 26, 2011)
Marshall may be capable of 1,500-yard season (by Jeff Metcalfe, Arizona Republic/Aug. 27, 2011)

Woody Green (1971-73), 4,188 yards (675 carries/6.2 ypr)
Freddie Williams (1973-76), 3,424 yards (648 carries/5.3 ypr)
J.R. Redmond (1996-99), 3,299 yards (633 carries/5.2 ypr)
Wilford White (1947-50), 3,173 yards (505 carries/6.3 ypr)
Leon Burton (1955-58), 2,994 yards (373 carries/8.0 ypr)
Darryl Clack (1982-85), 2,737 yards (534 carries/5.1 ypr)
Cameron Marshall (2009-2012), 2,700 yards (579 carries/4.7 ypr)
Art Malone (1967-69), 2,649 yards (565 carries/4.7 ypr)
Keegan Herring (2005-08), 2,635 yards (511 carries/5.1 ypr)
Darryl Harris (1984-87), 2,617 yards (571 carries/4.6 ypr)
Ben Malone (1971-73), 2,474 yards (385 carries/6.4 ypr)
Robert Weathers (1978-81), 2,168 yards (411 carries/5.3 ypr)
Nolan Jones (1958-61), 2,122 yards (423 carries/5.0 ypr)

Cameron Marshall, 2011, 18
Terry Battle, 1996, 18
Woody Green, 1972, 18
Wilford White, 1950, 17
Art Malone, 1968, 15
Ben Malone, 1973, 15
Dave Buchanan, 1969, 13

Woody Green, 1971-73, 43
Cameron Marshall, 2009-2012, 38
Leon Burton, 1955-58, 34
J.R. Redmond, 1996-99, 32
Art Malone, 1967-69, 28
Ben Malone, 1971-73, 25
Nolan Jones, 1958-61, 23
Darryl Harris, 1984-87, 22
Darryl Clack, 1982-85, 21
Bobby Mulgado, 1954-57, 21
Keegan Herring, 2005-08, 20

168 yards (27 carries, 1 TD) at UCLA (Nov. 5, 2011)
159 yards (23 carries, 2 TDs) vs. CAL (Nov. 25, 2011)
147 yards (17 carries, 1 TD) vs. UCLA (Nov. 26, 2010)
141 yards (25 carries, 3TDs) vs. USC (Sept. 24, 2011)
114 yards (15 carries, 3TDs) vs. Colorado (Oct. 29, 2011)
104 yards (4 carries, 3 TDs) vs. Portland State (Sept. 4, 2010)

75 yards vs. Washington (Oct. 17, 2009)
71 yards vs. UCLA (Nov. 26, 2010)
70 yards vs. USC (Sept. 24, 2011)
50 yards vs. Portland State (Sept. 4, 2010)

ASU: One of the most successful running backs in Sun Devil history...played in 49 games over four seasons...ranks second in school history in career rushing touchdowns with 38...finished seventh in school history with 2,700 career rushing 2011 tied Terry Battle and Woody Green for the single-season school record with 18 rushing touchdowns...ranks fourth in school history with 579 rushing attempts...two-time All-Pac-10/12 Honorable Mention in 2010 and 2011...named to Phil Steele All-Pac-12 third team...has six career 100-yard games, including a career high 168 rushing yards at UCLA (11/5/11)...averaged 4.7 yards per rush and 55.1 yards per game for his career...had season-long rushes of 75, 71, and 70 yards in his first three seasons, respectively...was also an active part of the passing game as he had 64 receptions for 558 yards and two touchdowns...averaged 8.7 yards per reception and 11.4 yards per game...had a career-long reception of 47 yards.

2012: Helped the Devils collect 205.5 yards per game on the ground, which is the second-best mark in the past 25 seasons (since 1988)...competed for playing time with a very talented group of running backs...only ran the ball 135 times, the least since his freshman year, but still racked up 583 rushing yards and nine touchdowns...averaged 4.3 yards per carry...had a season-long run of 33 yards...had 13 receptions for 99 yards and one touchdown...averaged 7.6 yards per reception...collected two touchdowns in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl win over Navy (12/29)...posted a rushing touchdown against Oregon State (11/3)...ran for a season-high 98 yards and a touchdown against Colorado (10/11)...prior to Colorado, had his best rushing game of the year against Cal (9/29), rushing 17 times for 69 yards...scored one rushing and one receiving touchdown against Utah (9/22)...named to 2012 Doak Walker Award watch list.

2011: Became the first Sun Devil since 2006 to eclipse 1,000 yards in a season...lead the team in scoring with 108 points...had two of seven carries against season opener UC-Davis were for touchdowns...had fourth-highest carry total (22) in overtime blackout 37-30 win vs #19 Mizzu...gained 141 yards on 25 carries with three touchdowns in win Sept. 24 vs Pac-12 foe #23 USC...needed just 15 carries to amass 114 yards and three touchdowns in homecoming win vs Colorado...followed that up with career high in both rushes and yards (27/168) in loss to UCLA...had 23 carries for 157 yards in final regular season game Nov. 25 vs Cal...ended the season with 18 rushing touchdowns, second in the Pac-12 behind Oregon's LeMichael James and ninth in the nation.

2010: Played in 11 games...started 11...needed just four carries to get three touchdowns, 104 yards and a Pac-10 Player of the Week nomination in the opening game vs Portland State...had nine carries for 43 yards and a touchdown in 42-0 win over Washington State...had 9 rushes for 56 yards to go along with his season high 45 yards receiving Nov. 6 against USC...had season high 147 yards on 17 carries, including a 71-yard touchdown run in the third quarter in 55-34 win over UCLA...had the touchdown to push the Sun Devils ahead for good in overtime in Territorial Cup...ended the season with eight rushing touchdowns...earned Hard Hat player recognition for his work in ASU's offseason strength and conditioning program.

2009: Started one game, Nov. 7 vs. USC, and appeared in 11 total...ended the season with 64 carries for 280 yards and two touchdowns...also collected six catches for 44 yards...finished with 44 yards on 16 carries and a four-yard catch in his first career start...gained 31 yards on six carries and scored his first career touchdown in a win over Washington St. Oct. 10...broke off a career-long 75-yard run Oct. 17 against Washington...rushed for 71 yards on 16 attempts and scored a touchdown Oct. 31 vs. California...had five carries for 15 yards in his first career game as a Sun Devil...returned a kick 26 yards against UCLA Nov. 21...made a solo tackle against California Oct. 31.

HIGH SCHOOL: A 2009 graduate of Valley Christian High School in San Jose, of the elite high school athletes in Northern California and an incredibly well-rounded back with the ability to beat defenders in a variety of ways...has excellent speed and strength and can attack defenses between the tackles and from sideline to sideline...regarded as an excellent downhill runner...runs with sensational power and boasts phenomenal quickness...also an excellent track and field athlete...runs a 4.32 40-yard dash, bench presses 355 pounds, squats 525 and power cleans 275...rated as the No. 23 running back prospect in the nation by rated by as the No. 7 running back in the state of California and the state's No. 56 overall prospect...ranked as the No. 42 running back in the nation by listed by as the No. 5 running back in the state of California and the state's No. 50 overall prospect...rated by SuperPrep as the No. 4 running back and the No. 58 overall athlete on its California/Hawaii/Nevada 150 list...earned All-West Region honors by PrepStar...regarded by as the No. 7 running back and No. 78 overall athlete in the West region...was regarded as the Running Back of the Year in his school's league...was named the Offensive Player of the Year on the All-Northern California Team and was named the Northern California Player of the Year by the Cal-Hi Sports Publication...also earned All-County and All-Bay Area recognition...collected nearly 3,000 rushing yards and 38 touchdowns during his high school career...rushed for 1,904 yards and 24 touchdowns as a senior in 2008...had four non-offensive touchdowns to total 28 on the year...added three touchdowns on interception returns...carried 118 times for 807 yards (6.8 avg.) with 11 rushing touchdowns as a junior in 2007...carried 20 times for 186 yards (9.3 avg.) with three touchdowns as a sophomore in 2006...chose ASU over Northwestern, Oregon and Utah, among several other offers...verbally committed to the Sun Devils on Jan. 27, 2009...coached by Mike Machado at Valley Christian High School.

PERSONAL: An exercise and wellness major.


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