Two more Arizona State assistant coaches have been put on paid administrative leave as a result of the NCAA’s investigation into the football team’s recruiting practices during COVID-19 according to Yahoo Sports’ Pete Thamel.
Wide receiver coach Prentice Gill and defensive back Chris Hawkins, both considered rising stars in the recruiting world, join tight end coach Adam Breneman on leave.
Sun Devil Source reports graduate assistant Bobby Wade will oversee receivers. Offensive analyst Trey Anderson will focus on quarterbacks so offensive coordinator Zak Hill can assist with the wide receivers as well. Consultant Donnie Henderson will coach the defensive backs.
Hawkins and Gil were in attendance for Arizona State’s practice on Saturday
The NCAA is currently investigating allegations that include the football team hosting recruits on campus during a dead period in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.