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Dots: Double Duty

Could Byron Murphy be a 2 sport athlete?

NCAA Football: Fiesta Bowl-Penn State vs Washington Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

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Football Dots

  • Ryan Clark at the TNT talks about what happens in the nightmare scenario that Jake Browning goes does with an injury this year.
  • The Dawgman guys have a new recruiting podcast up to talk about the Noa Ngalu commitment and more ($)
  • Dawgman also has their compilation of videos from today’s practice session (already #13!)
  • Byron Murphy expressed his interest in pulling an Austin Seferian-Jenkins and playing basketball as well as football. He’s also apparently cousins with recently transferred Carlos Johnson (who comes up below) which I didn’t realize.
  • Top-75 recruit Jeremiah Criddell released his top-5 this afternoon and the Huskies made the cut. Greg Biggins recently caught up with him and it sounds like it could be a battle between Washington and Oregon ($).

Basketball Dots

  • Washington SF commit Jamal Bey has some hops...
  • Former Husky Carlos Johnson announced yesterday that he will be transferring to Grand Canyon University. He’ll sit one year then have two years of eligibility remaining.
  • Head coach Mike Hopkins made the rounds on the East Coast this week with in-home visits with the #23 prospect and #25 prospect in the 2019 composite rankings.
  • Markelle Fultz has had a tumultuous first season but has been pretty darn good while on the court.
  • Jon Wilner sees a pair of Huskies making the all-conference teams next year and Matisse repeating as DPoY. And that’s with Noah Dickerson ineligible per his criteria (no players testing NBA Draft waters.)