Despite 3 Bronco turnovers, the Sun Devils couldn't capitalize.
Garth Gerhart and Jamal Miles earn First Team honors
Arizona State will play in first bowl game since 2007
Miles, Gerhart and Floyd all earned Second Team All-Pac-12 honors.
The senior led the team in tackles in his final game at Sun Devil Stadium
ASU: Four-year member of the Sun Devil football team...four-year letterman...played in 47 career games, making 25 starts...finished with 135 career receptions for 2,071 yards and 12 touchdowns...one of two ASU receivers to record a catch in all 13 games of the 2011 season...his 2011 season was one of the most impressive seasons for a wide receiver in recent Sun Devil history as he finished near the top of the school record book in a number of categories, including single-season receiving yards, receptions and yards per game...possessed elite size and athleticism for the wide receiver position...participated in 2012 Senior Bowl and East-West Shrine Game...was one of the top high school players in the state of Arizona and the nation...exciting, versatile athlete who saw playing time at wide receiver, quarterback and safety in high school.
2011: Appeared in all 13 games, starting 12 of them...earned honorable mention All-Pac-12 honors...totaled 77 catches for 1,397 yards and seven touchdowns, all career highs...his 1,397 receiving yards are the second-highest single-season total in school history...the 77 receptions ties him for third most in a single season by a Sun Devil...averaged 107.5 yards per game, setting a school record...turned in six 100-yard receiving games...caught a touchdown pass in seven games...notched a career-high and a MAACO Bowl Las Vegas record with 241 receiving yards on 13 catches, including a career-long 58-yarder...his 241 yards are the second most ever by a Sun Devil wide receiver, and both his receiving yards and receptions set an Arizona State bowl record...made 11 catches for 199 yards and a touchdown against Arizona on Nov. 19 to set a Territorial Cup Series record for receiving yards...caught six catches for 120 yards and a touchdown vs. then-No. 9 Oregon on Oct. 15...had eight catches for 158 yards and a touchdown at Washington St. on Nov. 12...hauled in seven catches for 101 yards Oct. 8 at Utah...made six catches for 131 yards at UCLA on Nov. 5...grabbed two catches for 68 yards, including a 24-yard touchdown, against Oregon St. on Oct. 1...had eight catches for 88 yards, including a 21-yard touchdown, at Illinois on Sept. 17...made a two-yard touchdown reception against USC Sept. 24...named to the Biletnikoff Award Watch List...earned Hard Hat player recognition for his work in ASU's offseason strength and conditioning program.
2010: Missed first game of the season with a pulled hamstring suffered in preseason...saw action in every game after that...had seven total starts including six straight...first catches of the season were a team-leading seven catches for 94 yards Sept. 25 vs #5 Oregon...the following week vs Oregon State he hauled in a 39-yard TD reception in the first quarter for the first touchdown of his career...also led the team with his 73 yards on four receptions...caught two touchdowns passes for 31 yards in the loss at USC...earned Hard Hat player recognition for his work in ASU's offseason strength and conditioning program.
2009: Started five games and appeared in 12 on the season...ranked fourth on the team with 26 catches for 261 yards...caught three passes over 20 yards, including two 21-yard grabs...had a career-high six catches and gained 58 yards Oct. 3 vs. Oregon State...made his first career start Sept. 5 against Idaho State as a wide receiver and had a pair of catches for 30 yards, including a 23-yarder...had five catches for a career-high 68 yards against Washington Oct. 17...collected three catches for 35 yards Oct. 10 vs. Washington State...caught a pass in 10 of 12 games...started four consecutive games from Oct. 10 to Oct. 31...made three tackles (two solo) on special teams, including a forced fumble vs. Washington State Oct. 10.
2008: Played in 11 games as a reserve wide receiver and also saw action on special teams as part of the field goal blocking unit...had three receptions for 26 yards (8.7 avg.) on the season...made his collegiate debut in season-opening win over NAU on Aug. 30...recorded his first career catch, a 13-yard reception, against UNLV on Sept. 13...had a six-yard reception against Oregon on Oct. 25...caught a seven-yard pass in win over Washington State on Nov. 15.
HIGH SCHOOL: A 2008 graduate of Hamilton High School in Chandler, Ariz...a highly-heralded prospect on the national level, he earned Second-Team All-USA honors as an all-purpose athlete by USA Today...comes to ASU via one of the state of Arizona's powerhouse football programs which has produced several excellent Sun Devils in recent years including current players Colin Parker, and Anthony Jones, as well as former ASU All-American and current NFL All-Pro Terrell Suggs...is one of eight Hamilton graduates to have signed with Arizona State since 2004...rated as the No. 77 overall player in the nation and the No. 1 player in the state of Arizona by Rivals.com...ranked as the No. 9 all-purpose athlete and the No. 91 overall prospect in the nation among PrepStar's "Class of 2008 Top-135 Dream Team"...also listed as the No. 8 all-purpose athlete in the country by Rivals.com...regarded as the No. 111 overall player in the nation by SuperPrep and is ranked as the No. 119 player in the country in the "ESPN 150" list on ESPN.com...earned Third-Team All-America honors as a multi-purpose athlete by EA Sports...earned First-Team "Best in the West" recognition as a utility player by the Long Beach Press-Telegram...was recognized among the "Western 100" list by the Tacoma News-Tribune...rated as the No. 13 all-purpose athlete in the nation and the No. 2 all-purpose athlete in the West region by ESPN Scouts, Inc....listed as the No. 78 overall prospect in the country and the No. 14 wide receiver by Scout.com...ranked as the No. 1 player in the state of Arizona by Scout.com...listed as the top safety in the state of Arizona in the preseason by 24-7 Football.com...rated as the No. 2 overall player in the state of Arizona by the Arizona Republic...ranked as the No. 4 wide receiver and the No. 18 overall player in the Southwest by Scout.com...rated as the No. 1 player in the state of Arizona and the No. 13 wide receiver in the nation by SuperPrep...was chosen among the nation's most elite high school football players to appear in the 2008 U.S. Army All-American Bowl, where he saw significant action playing safety...earned All-Arizona honors by the Arizona Republic...rated as a four-star prospect by both Rivals.com and Scout.com...Hamilton posted a 25-2 record during his two years as a Husky...as a senior in 2007, he was an all-purpose offensive threat, completing 47-of-80 passes (58.8 pct.) for 843 yards with six touchdowns and three interceptions, while also carrying 65 times for 543 yards (8.4 avg.) with four touchdowns and he caught 26 passes for 524 yards (20.2 avg.) with nine scores...caught a touchdown pass in nine games on the season...completed six-of-seven passes for 145 yards and two scores, ran for 46 yards on only three carries and caught two passes for 59 yards with a touchdown reception against Buena High School in the season opener on Aug. 24, 2007...combined for 99 rushing and receiving yards and two scores against eventual state champion Brophy Prep on Aug. 30, 2007...caught two passes for 107 yards, including an 86-yard touchdown catch against Mountain Pointe High School on Sept. 28, 2007...carried nine times for 137 yards with two total scores against Gilbert High School on Oct. 5, 2007...as a member of Hamilton's 13-1, 5A-I State Champion squad in 2006, Robinson was primarily featured on defense, collecting 49 total tackles (29 solo), eight interceptions, seven pass deflections, with one quarterback hurry and one fumble recovery...recorded a season-high six tackles twice...had two interceptions in two games...in limited action on offense as a junior, he carried three times for 15 yards and caught one pass for six yards...as a sophomore at Desert Vista High School in Phoenix, he led the Thunder in passing by completing 56-of-108 attempts (51.9 pct.) for 812 yards with five touchdowns and eight interceptions, while also rushing 100 times for 394 yards (3.9 avg.) with two touchdowns and he caught three passes for six yards and two scores...led Desert Vista with 1,206 yards of total offense in 2005...was a teammate of fellow Sun Devil Steven Figueroa while at Desert Vista as a sophomore...chose the Sun Devils over Notre Dame and Oregon, and had a host of scholarship offers from many of the nation's elite programs including Colorado, Florida, Georgia Tech, Illinois, Minnesota, Nebraska, Tennessee, UCLA and USC...announced his commitment on Jan. 5, 2008 on national television at the U.S. Army High School All-America Game in San Antonio, Texas...coached by Steve Belles at Hamilton High School.
PERSONAL: Majoring in Justice Studies at ASU...parents are Todd and Zarita Guess of Chandler, Ariz....has two siblings, Nodia and Tasha Hutch...born Oct. 13, 1989 in Gary, Ind....full name is La'Diviosia Gerell Robinson.
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