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- Another Dots, another round of watch list news: This time, Budda is a candidate for the Jim Thorpe Award for the nation's best defensive back, and Travis Feeney and Cory Littleton are candidates for the Dick Butkus Award, given to the nation's best linebacker.
- A group of once and future Dawgs (from left, Camilo Eifler, Napoleon Kaufman and Sean McGrew) took this shot at the end of last week's events at The Opening.
- Four-star offensive line prospect Michael Eletise took an unofficial visit to Washington Monday, and both he and Coach Pete had a positive reaction to it.
Love days like today #MAHALO— Coach Petersen (@CoachPeteUW) July 14, 2015
- Likewise, five-star defensive tackle Rashard Lawrence seems to have had a wonderful experience on his Tuesday unofficial visit.
What a visit.... pic.twitter.com/2gd2bvK3Hs— Rashard Lawrence (@Rashard_99) July 15, 2015
- Chris Fetters has a handy breakdown of how UW targets and commits performed at The Opening.
- The ESPN Pac-12 Blog has commenced their position unit reviews, starting with the Pac-12 North's special teams unit. The describe Washington as being in good shape, and note that it would have been "great shape" if not for the loss of John Ross to injury.
- Adam Jude's opponent previews continue with examinations of Sacramento State and Utah State.
- Bill Connelly has turned his attention to the Pac-12, and his previews of Colorado and Washington State are live.
- Kevin Gemmell breaks down a recent Athlon Sports report about how packed to capacity Pac-12 football stadiums were in 2014.
- Scout's Greg Biggins spoke to four-star wide receiver prospect Dylan Crawford, who stated that "Washington is recruiting me the hardest right now, no doubt about that."
- Be on the lookout for the return of everyone's favorite Emmy-winning Husky football series.
- Percy Allen writes about Andrew Andrews, who is the last man standing from Washington's 2011 recruiting class.
- Allen also wrote about the work Lorenzo Romar is doing to forge his young team into a cohesive unit.
- Mason Kelley posted a few photos from a recent workout session.