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- John Ross is healthy again and hoping that his sophomore season in the NFL goes infinitely better than his rookie one.
- Rob Rang released his early 2019 NFL Mock Draft and it’s the first one I’ve seen with a trio of Husky prospects in the 1st round.
- Jon Wilner looks at the football schedules for each team in the Pac-12 and this year’s Oregon contest will be even tougher than you might think at first glance.
- Curious where all of the position coaches are recruiting right now? Wonder no more.
- Top-100 WR prospect Mycah Pittman picked up a UW offer last week and then visited Oregon. He talks about both in this ($) article by Greg Biggins.
Week 2 in search of future DAWGS!! It takes a special breed to succeed in the DAWG HOUSE!! Time to grind!! GET YOUR MIND RIGHT!! GOD BLESS!! pic.twitter.com/Q9fw8fLfPx— Ikaika Malloe (@MalloeMalloe) May 7, 2018
Deuce-O-Six to the homeland Six-O-Deuce! Love it! pic.twitter.com/iAY67MVkf3— Coach Scott Huff (@scotthuffUW) May 7, 2018
I am very honored to receive an offer from the University Of Washington, Thankyou to Coach Peterson and Coach Huff for the opportunity to further my academic and athletic career @CoachPeteUW @scotthuffUW pic.twitter.com/u5UihsUDBZ— Noah Nelson (@NoahNelson70) May 9, 2018
775, 702, 661, 559— Jordan Paopao (@CoachPaopao) May 7, 2018
Week 2 .... time to work. pic.twitter.com/QrLLtbq4BT
Which Programs have seen a rise in talent? A drop? Number of Draft Picks 2015-2018 vs. 2011-2014:— WestCoastCFB (@WestcoastCfb) May 8, 2018
1. UW +9
1. Ucla +9
3. Utah +7
4. ASU +4
5. WSU +3
6. USC 0
6. OSU 0
6. Stan 0
9. Colo -4
10. Oregon -5
11. Arizona -6
12. Cal -7@UW_Football @UCLAFootball @utahathletics #Utes
- The Huskies gave out an offer last night to the 80th ranked prospect in 247’s Class of 2020 rankings in Las Vegas (but Anchorage native) prospect Daishen Nix.
2020 PG Daishen Nix picks up first PAC-12 offer: University of Washington! #trusttheprocess @KennyWootenJr @InPree_WeTrust @trigonis30 @areacodes @Kkingzayy15 @sjbittner @valerieinvegas @ChrisPoPoola @Hsquad99 @W2WSportsBlog @u1hoop @djfromveg @Bigtankmusic @thegrindsession pic.twitter.com/LyRrAr0vKg— TIS/SFBA (@SimplyFunBball) May 8, 2018