High school FB standouts finishing ASU careers on top

    A pair of Valley high school graduates, finishing up their senior years
on the ASU football team, have accepted invitations to play in the 85th
East-West Shrine Game.
    Chris McGaha (right), from Moon Valley HS, and Dexter Davis, who attended Thunderbird HS,
will play in the prestigious game on Jan. 23 in Orlando, Fla.  Many
football greats, including 62 Pro Football Hall of Famers have played
in the Shrine game, America’s longest-running college all-star football
game.
    McGaha, a 6-1 wide receiver in his third year of varsity
ball at ASU, leads the Sun Devils this season with 48 receptions for
596 yards and four touchdowns.  He currently ranks fourth in school
history with 160 career catches and passed the 2,000-yard mark earlier
this season.
    Davis, a 255-pound defensive end, has 16 tackles
and 2.5 sacks this season.  He has started all 47 games over the last
four seasons, giving him the most starts by an ASU player since 1984.