- In case you've somehow missed the news, tomorrow is Washington's Spring Preview and Fan Fest event.
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" lang="en"><p>Join us this Saturday for the Spring Preview and Fan Fest. Admission is free. Details: <a href="http://t.co/SdSdce49DM">http://t.co/SdSdce49DM</a> <a href="http://t.co/HM8LMCPZcr">pic.twitter.com/HM8LMCPZcr</a></p>— UW Football (@UW_Football) <a href="https://twitter.com/UW_Football/status/591300448193290240">April 23, 2015</a></blockquote><script async src="//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>
- Lawyer Milloy and Mario Bailey appeared at Monday's practices, and came away singing the praises the program's direction.
- Chris Petersen had some equally nice things to say about Milloy, too.
- Christian Caple says that Washington's receivers want to know who will seize the role of starting quarterback just as much as the fans. Meanwhile, Jude considers what role Brayden Lenius will play in what Washington's coaches hope to be a much-improved passing phase of the offense.
- Chris Fetters gives his best guess at what UW's depth chart will look like at tomorrow's Spring Preview, and names a couple of key storylines that deserve your attention. ($)
- Grantland's Robert Mays traces Danny Shelton's path from troubled youth to top-10 NFL prospect.
- Adam Jude examines the latest projections of where Shaq Thompson and Marcus Peters will fall in next week's NFL Draft.
- Three Huskies are included in Rob Rang's latest Big Board ranking of prospects available in the NFL Draft. Over at Sports Illustrated, Doug Farrar sees Shelton going 15th, Peters 20th and Thompson 24th.
- Big Blue View, SB Nation's New York Giants community, examines the pros and cons of taking Shelton with the ninth pick of the draft.
- UW made four-star wide receiver Simi Fehoko's list of his top-five schools.
Top 5. pic.twitter.com/wsWpgoUkfj— Simi Fehoko (@Simi_Fehoko) April 22, 2015
- Mason Kelley reports on the baseball coach Lindsay Megg's new approach to inspiring his team's hitters, and also tells the story of Kelli Suguro's roller-coaster road to the University of Washington's softball team.