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- The Dawgman guys begin their positional reviews following spring practice. First up, Jake Browning and the rest of the quarterbacks, followed by Myles Gaskin and the RB group.
- 2020 Ferndale OL Geirean Hatchett spoke with Dawgman’s Scott Eklund about his vistis to UW, Texas, and Texas A&M.
- Bucs Nation seems happy with the selection of Vita Vea. But this part of the scouting report is a little puzzling: Did not seem to understand how to properly work against double teams.
- Some Twitter reactions to the pick as well.
- The Bucs’ Fansided site shows fans are split on the selection of Vea. Keep in mind, lots of fans are just angry that FSU safety Derwin James wasn’t the pick.
- The Tampa Bay Times says that after trading down five picks, the Bucs still got their guy.
- Adam Jude writes that Vea treats giant rocks the same way he moves offensive linemen.
Don’t worry Josh, Arizona doesn’t play Tampa this season:
This year's No. 12 pick had some experience with the No. 10 pick pic.twitter.com/bUtiQr58zo— The Daily Sports (@UWDailySports) April 27, 2018
The name tag is my favorite part:
Vea makes one more:
Chris Petersen has produced 31 players selected in the NFL Draft. 27 of those 31 were 2/3 ⭐️ recruits. All 7 potential Husky Draft Picks today were 2/3 ⭐️ recruits. #PlayerDevelopment #NFL #NFLDraft #PurpleReign @UW_Football— WestCoastCFB (@WestcoastCfb) April 26, 2018
Top seven picks under Chris Petersen at UW (highest ranking order):— Lars Hanson (@LarsHanson) April 27, 2018
1 — WR John Ross, No. 9/2017
T-2 — DT Danny Shelton/NT Vita Vea, No. 12/ 2015/2018
4 — CB Marcus Peters, No. 18/‘15
5 — LB Shaq Thompson, No. 25/‘15
6 — CB Kevin King, No. 33/‘17
7 — S Budda Baker. No. 36/‘17
Wazzu: So you’re sayin’ there’s a chance:
Probability of Winning 2018 Pac-12 Championship per ESPN FPI— SportsPac12 (@SportsPac12) April 26, 2018
1. Washington, 51.6%
2. USC, 25.4%
3. Stanford, 10.0%
4. Oregon, 3.8%
5. Arizona, 3.0%
6. Cal, 2.7%
7. Utah, 2.5%
8. UCLA, 0.5%
9. ASU, 0.4%
10. WSU, 0.2%
11. Colorado, 0.0%
12. OSU 0.0%
Great Player. Great Dude.
#3 Husky Softball (41-5) hosts #2 Oregon for three games this weekend. Game 1 tonight at 5pm:
Both return to action Saturday, May 5th in Seattle for the Windermere Cup:
Back in March, the UW women’s soccer team explored three cities across ten days in Japan:
Women’s tennis now waits to see if their 16-11 resume is good enough to make the NCAAs:
I was hoping Vita would do this but...