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Pair of Sun Devils Impress At BRUTE OLine Development Camp

  • Jaime Eisner
  • May 18, 2023
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EAGAN, Minn. — It’s likely that the next great NFL offensive lineman was molded, refined, and sharpened in Eagan, MN this week. Former NFLers Jeremiah Sirles, Alex Boone, and Nick Hardwick led the way for the next generation of “big boys” via the second annual BRUTE OLine Development Camp. Numerous players popped during on-field drills, but let’s focus on a pair of teammates from Arizona State who stood out: Aaron Frost and Isaia Glass.

Before an ACL injury robbed him of his 2022 season, Frost was well on his way as an NFL draft prospect. If there were any concerns about the injury lingering into 2023, they were assuaged when he hit the field at The Training Haus on Thursday morning. The two-time former All-Mountain West Second Team selection (2020, 2021) drew multiple compliments from the coaching staff for his drill fundamentals and execution—particularly in his lower body. Most importantly, he moved like his old self.

Frost has a strong chance to open the 2023 college football season as Arizona State’s starting right tackle for new head coach Kenny Dillingham. If he does and remains healthy, his college experience and growth since his time as a true freshman at Nevada in 2018 will be a boon for the Sun Devils offense. It will also put him squarely on the 2024 NFL Draft radar as a physical, tone-setting offensive lineman who could play guard or tackle as a pro.

The other side of Arizona State’s offensive line could be manned by Glass, a name that might look familiar to some Sun Devils fans. Isaia is the son of Paul Glass, who played as a defensive lineman for Arizona State in 2000. Isaia stands at 6-foot-5 and nearly touches 300 pounds on the scale as he heads into his junior season.

The phrase “locked in” doesn’t even begin to describe how Glass approached this year’s Brute OLine Development Camp. When he wasn’t actively involved in a drill, he was seen taking mental reps by mimicking the movements while he waited for his name to be called. When it was his turn to participate, he never wasted a rep.

Between Frost and Glass, the bookends of Arizona State’s offensive line appear to be in good hands in 2023. For both players, this season is just another step toward the ultimate goal of turning pro.

BRUTE OLine Development Camp is self-described as the “most comprehensive offensive line program in the world” with the goal of helping offensive linemen refine their game to enjoy immediate and future success. Under the watchful eye of coaches with NFL playing experience, players learn the tips and tricks that only NFL vets know along with the fundamentals that are the foundation for success.

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