Who is UW's Most Important Player ...

TUCSON AZ - OCTOBER 23: Chris Polk breaks yet another tackle, prompting the entire Wildcat defense to face the opposite direction in a failed attempt to hide from the carnage.


The Seattle Times did this, and so did Ted Miller, whoever that guy is. Other than the obvious choice, Keith Price, who will, according to Mr. Miller, "swing a win total one way or the other, based on their living up to expectations, or their absence?" There's lots of great chioces, so I limited the selection to a measely 10 choices. Ted Miller, and the fans at the Seattle times both picked Danny Shelton.

I personally think Drew Schaefer will be the most important player on the team next year. As the center he has the job of calling out the defense, recognizing blitzs and the like, and is suprisingly much older than the entire rest of the offensive line combined. Not to mention, he is uber intimidating with his shorn head, and his facial hair is a thing of beauty. Without Mr. Schaefer on the line, we have seen firsthand what a decent D-line can do, and the result isn't pretty.

Go ahead and choose whoever you want ... but then you HAVE to tell me why you picked that guy and not Tyrone Willingham.

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