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Name: Cade Briggs Double Transfer from Texas Tech/New Mexico
College: Arizona State     Number: 55
Height: 6-2   Weight: 310
Position: OG  Pos2: C
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2025

40 Low: 5.04
   40 Time: 5.14
  40 High: 5.25

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 Data Scout Notes: 2023: NAC...04-15-23 Transfer from Texas Tech...Personal/Left Team...2022: NAC...Transfer from New Mexico...2021: NAC...2020: NAC

 Cade Briggs, Arizona State, Player News

  Backup offensive lineman Cade Briggs, who played in two games last season, was removed from the Texas Tech roster on Tuesday. Briggs needed to leave the team for personal reasons, a Tech athletics spokesman said. The senior from Las Vegas, Nevada, transferred to Tech last year from New Mexico. Briggs started 24 games for the Lobos, the last 19 at left tackle. He was a backup at center and guard for the Red Raiders. Those were Briggs' first four years in college football, so he has two seasons left, counting the Covid-bonus year the NCAA awards players who were on rosters during the disrupted 2020 season. - Lubbock Avalanche Journal

(DS#999 OG) rSr/2025 OG Cade BriggsArizona State
News Source: Lubbock Avalanche Journal
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  For Cade Briggs, this particular month of preseason football practice might come with more challenges than those confronting many of his Texas Tech teammates. The transfer from New Mexico joined the team seven months ago with the idea of immediately competing for a starting job at a wide-open position. The center spot is new to him in a lot of ways, and then a week before spring practice started Briggs suffered a wrist injury that required surgery. So when the Red Raiders started August workouts on Friday, Briggs had ground to cover: one, familiarizing himself with the demands of center; two, catching up in a competition that he didn't get to be part of during spring practice.

Months ago, there was an expectation that the job was Briggs' after all, he'd started at left tackle the past two years at UNM. With Briggs out, Dennis Wilburn made coaches consider another option. The 6-3, 320-pound senior from Aldine Nimitz impressed Tech coach Joey McGuire, who repeatedly used the words "tough" and "toughness" to describe how Wilburn came out of spring football atop the depth chart. Briggs remains confident after playing guard and tackle most his career. "Going back inside where the space is limited I feel very confident." - Lubbock Avalanche

(DS#999 OG) rSr/2025 OG Cade BriggsArizona State
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