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- Dawgman reached #1 on its profiles of the top 25 prospects in the state of Washington. Beastly Foster Sarell is no surprise claiming the top spot; he's a five-star recruit who is #5 on the Scout 300. A future Husky TE claims the #2 ranking and another player on the Huskies' radar came in at #3.
- Count Chris Petersen among the folks who are impressed with new A.D. Jen Cohen. He tells Dawgman Radio why.
- Another day, another story where Petersen says hype doesn't win any football games.
- Scout talks to Roseville, Ca. TE and Husky target Jimmy Jaggers about his recruitment.
- ESPN's college football roundtable names a breakout player for each of the Power 5 conferences. Their pick for the Pac-12 is a Dawg.
- Subscribers to Dawgman can read about some of UW's top recruiting targets including San Clemente, Ca. QB Jack Sears. You don't have to be a subscriber to watch Sears's highlight video.
- The honors keep rolling in for former UW corner back Marcus Peters. Adding to Pro Bowl and Defensive Rookie of the Year honors, Peters makes the NFL's Top 100 players list at #65.
- Kevin Gemmell of ESPN looks at potential 1,000 yard receivers in the conference. UW is one of many schools in the "we'll see" category, noting that UW hasn't had one since Jermaine Kearse recorded 1,005 yards in 2010.
- The Pac-12 is finally doing something about late kickoff times. It should reduce the number of 7:30-type games.
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- Isaiah Thomas hopes to win his annual tournament at Foss High School in Tacoma. Last year his team lost to Tony Wroten's squad in the finals of the star-studded Memorial Day Zeke-End Tourney.
- Dawgman Radio talked to Lorenzo Romar about the Jen Cohen hire, new signee Carlos Johnson and more.
- NBC Sports looks at next year's storylines in the Pac-12 and lists Markelle Fultz as a "Notable Newcomer" and Dejounte Murray as a "Surprising Departure."
- Scout expects Fultz to have the biggest impact of any freshman in the Pac-12.
Sources: Los Angeles Lakers will bring in Andrew Andrews for a workout Friday. He led the Pac-12 in scoring averaging 20.9 points per game.— Michael Scotto (@MikeAScotto) May 18, 2016
National (Statistical) Champs!!
UW was the national leader in blocked shots/gm AND Malik Dime, UW's single-season record holder, returns in 16-17 pic.twitter.com/j7WABIfiXy— UW Men's Basketball (@UW_MBB) May 26, 2016
- The Husky baseball team begins a three game series today in Salt Lake City. Whoever wins the series will be crowned Pac-12 Champs. First pitch of game one is at 11:00am on Pac-12 Network with Noah Bremer on the hill for UW.
- Super Regionals for the UW softball team open tonight with the Huskies facing Alabama at 6pm on ESPN2. Winner of the three-game series is off to the Women's College World Series in Oklahoma City.
- Scout has a transcript of the press conference after the Husky Women's golfers took home the National Championship.
- Scott Hanson's writeup for the Seattle Times says the Huskies used phenomenal play around the greens to win the title.
- New Athletic Director Jen Cohen is a Husky through and through. Adam Jude has that story.
- Scout has Cohen's introductory press conference here.
Cohen and UW President Ana Mari Cauce are welcomed to the press conference:
- Five former Husky Rowers have qualified for the 2016 Olympic Games. The current UW rowing team is sending five crews to the IRA national championships June 3-5.
- Mason Kelley has a profile of UW distance runner Katie Knight, who has overcome setbacks to become a track star.