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- Adam Jude reports that a 5-star linebacker from Upland, Ca was on Washington’s campus yesterday.
- Greg Biggins has more on that player, 2020 prospect Justin Flowe.
- The Sports Exchange looks at Husky tackle Trey Adams as an NFL prospect.
- The Auburn Villager previews the UW/Auburn game, calling the Huskies a “seasoned” team.
- Chris Fetters examines how the new redshirt and transfer rules might impact the Huskies.
And some Phil Steele rankings:
Pac-12 in Phil Steele’s Top Draft Eligible Quarterbacks— SportsPac12 (@SportsPac12) June 14, 2018
1. Justin Herbert, UO
9. Jake Browning, UW
14. Khalil Tate, UA
18. K.J. Costello, Stan
21. Steven Montez, CU
27. Devon Modster, UCLA
30. Manny Wilkins, ASU
50. Ross Bowers, Cal pic.twitter.com/QHDaCDYX90
Phil Steele’s Top Draft Eligible RB’s— WestCoastCFB (@WestcoastCfb) June 15, 2018
1. Harris (Bama)
2. Bryce Love (Stan)
8. Gaskin (UW)
10. Moss (Utah)
21. Taylor (Arizona)
26. Scarlett (Stan)
29. Mattison (Boise)
36. Laird (Cal)
51. McMillan (Colorado)
54. Williams (WSU)
65. Brooks-James (Oregon)
69. Washington (SDSU)
Phil Steele’s Top Draft Eligible Tackles:— WestCoastCFB (@WestcoastCfb) June 15, 2018
1. Williams (Bama)
2. Little (Miss)
3. Edwards (Wisconsin)
4. Trey Adams (UW)
8. McGary (UW)
13. Dillard (WSU)
22. Roemer (SDSU)
29. Hall (Stanford)
30. Tucker (ASU)
33. Mekari (Cal)
Phil Steele’s Top Draft EligIble Free Safeties:— WestCoastCFB (@WestcoastCfb) June 15, 2018
1. Marvel Tell (USC)
2. Taylor Rapp (UW)
3. Denis (BC)
4. Hampton (Rutgers)
13. Baber (Nevada)
18. Amadi (Oregon)
24. Bell (Fresno)
28. Simmons (Stanford)
31. Fisher (Colorado)
Something bigger... like pro Rugby:
"He's preparing us for something bigger." - @PsalmWooching #PurpleReign // #BuiltForLife pic.twitter.com/RXdjkWAxk2— Washington Football (@UW_Football) June 14, 2018
Tomorrow night, 5pm ESPN:
The #CWS is up next.— Washington Baseball (@UW_Baseball) June 15, 2018
>> https://t.co/uzJBqXWfug#DaWgStrong pic.twitter.com/iA5uVwtPS8
The final eight:
#CWS GAME TIMES pic.twitter.com/aIIOiUhAnz— NCAA Baseball (@NCAACWS) June 12, 2018
- Coach Lindsay Meggs has created a family atmosphere, and his team has bought in big time.
- Husky Slugger Joe Wainhouse was chosen first team All-Region. The left-handed hitting DH is hitting .312 with 19 homers and 59 RBI.
- Larry Stone of the Seattle Times features childhood friends Joe DeMers and Willie MacIver, who are hoping they get to participate in another “Dawg” Pile in Omaha.
- Any Yamashita from The Daily says that while being in the CWS is new for the Huskies, some of their opponents are not strangers.
- GoHuskies has a great photo gallery from the Huskies first practice in Omaha.
That’s a good looking dog right there: