New Mexico State guard AJ Harris on the first day of Aggies practice Tuesday at the Pan American Center. Mark Rudi, Las Cruces Sun-News LAS CRUCES - As New Mexico State begins official practice, the benefits from August's Spain trip have been invaluable.The Aggies, who began official practice on Tuesday afternoon, have just one starter and four scholarship players back from last season and 10 new eligible players for 2018-19. Four of those, however, were with the program last year as Utah transfer JoJo Zamora and Denver transfer C.J. Bobbitt sat out last . . .
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