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Jalin Conyers, Jordan Clark representing ASU at Pac-12 Media Day next week

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The Pac-12 announced today that Arizona State TE Jalin Conyers and CB Jordan Clark will officially be joining coach Kenny Dillingham to represent the Sun Devils at Pac-12 Football Media Day.

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The event will take place on Friday, July 21 at Resorts World in Las Vegas.

Dillingham will be speaking with the media at 2:10 p.m. MST, while Conyers and Clark will have their session directly after at 2:35, per the Pac-12 press release.

“Each head coach press conference and student-athlete press conference on Pac-12 Networks and also available via Pac-12 Insider, and the Pac-12 Now app,” the release added.

The Burn City Sports team will also be there to bring you all of the coverage from the day.

The event will being with opening remarks and a media availability with Commissioner George Kliavkoff at 8 a.m. Kliavkoff will be subsequently be joined for another Q&A by Executive Associate Commissioner of Football Operations Merton Hanks and Utah Athletic Director and Chair of the Pac-12 Athletics Directors Committee Mark Harlan.

Two big general topics of discussion figure to be the looming TV rights deal that has been talked about for years now, and if there is any conference realignment news.

Concerning Arizona State however, Clark and Conyers are perfect choices to represent the football team alongside their first-year head coach. Both have established themselves as leaders on and off the field for the Sun Devils.

Jalin Conyers

Conyers, who will be a junior in the fall and entering his third year, had 38 receptions for 422 yards and five touchdowns last season. He is poised for a big and potentially record-breaking season next year.

Read more on Conyers here:

ASU’s Jalin Conyers ranked as third highest-graded returning TE by PFF

Arizona State spring game standouts

Jordan Clark

Clark, who will be a senior in the fall and entering his fifth season with the team, had 47 tackles and two interceptions (one that was a pick-six) last season for the Sun Devils. In four seasons played for ASU, he has totaled 89 tackles and three interceptions.

Read all about Clark here from his time on the Bussin’ with the Boys Podcast before ASU’s spring game:

This season will be the “beginning of a dynasty” says ASU DB Jordan Clark


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Brendan Mau is a college sports insider and general assignment reporter for Burn City Sports. You can follow him on Twitter via @Brendan_Mau 

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