ASU's Graham says QB Kelly is best he's coached

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By Joe Farris By Joe Farris

The Arizona State University football team hosted a clinic for over 1,300 kids over the weekend.

Head coach Todd Graham, along with members of the team led exercises and football drills for the kids in attendance.

Coach Graham is weeks away from leading his team into training camp, including a return visit to Camp Tontozona and shortly after that, into the 2014 football season.

Graham and his Sun Devils hope to surpass last year’s successful season and win a Pac-12 Championship.

3TV’s Tyler Baldwin talked to the coach about his clinic and why it is important to get youth involved in such activities.

Graham also talked about the leadership of ‘Hometown Hero’ running back DJ Foster and explains why Taylor Kelly, entering his third year in charge of ASU’s offense as quarterback, is ‘the best quarterback’ coach Graham has ever coached in his career.

Among other topics, Graham touched upon the explosive weapons on the offense on this year’s team and the young defense looking to step up with losses of some big names to the NFL.

The coach also breaks down the conference and lists the teams ASU will have to beat in order to bring the Pac-12 Championship to Tempe.