Hargis Seeks Redemption

Some could argue that offensive linemen play the least appreciated position in all of sports. They have to be tough, nasty, and be able to play through almost any injury. When you succeed and beat your man it's expected, but when you fail you have to face criticism from all directions.
August 14, 2009

Hargis Improving After Position Switch

The Sun Devils' offensive line struggled to say the least last season and one of the prescribed remedies for the current campaign was to move sophomore Jon Hargis from the defensive line to left tackle. Hargis had to go from rushing Pac-10 quarterbacks to protecting the blind side of one of the conference's best signal callers.
November 19, 2008

Hargis Struggles, Improves, at Offensive Line

If you click on Jon Hargis on the Arizona State University football web site it will tell you that he is a defensive lineman. If you look at coach Dennis Erickson's personnel sheet it will tell you different.
April 3, 2008

Hargis Excited for First Career Start

Naturally, Jon Hargis would rather make his first ever start for the maroon and gold under different circumstances. Yet, now that he does have to fill in for injured defensive tackle Michael Marquardt, the former Mesa Red Mountain standout relishes in the opportunity to run on the field as a first teamer in front of his family and friends at Sun Devil stadium this weekend.
September 20, 2007

ScoutTV: Jon Hargis

ScoutTV presents an interview with Jon Hargis, a 6-foot-3, 302-pound DT from Mesa (Ariz.) Red Mountain. Hargis hasn't been playing D1 football for that long, but it didn't take long for D1 schools to start noticing his talent from the get-go. Listen to Jon talk about being relatively new to the game, as well as his favorite schools and his home-state allegiances - in an exclusive interview with Scout.com.
June 13, 2005