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- Mike Vorel from the Seattle Times writes that there’s a lot of playing time up for grabs in the UW secondary, and plenty of hungry mouths to feed.
- With a subscription to The Athletic, you can read Christian Caple’s mailbag, and see answers to questions like “which freshmen have stood out in practice?”
- Kaleb McGary was a guest on NFL Total Access Thursday. Watch it here.
- The Husky Haul takes a crack at predicting the future.
Beloved former UW running back:
Excited to be the new head football coach at Highline High School. Want to thank Lori and Phil for the opportunity to lead the pirate family. Let’s get to work! #DontWait #BuildtheShip @HighlineFBall @Highlinepirates— Deontae Cooper (@DCoop_32) April 11, 2019
“We will be better than we were last year”
Excited to see what Rapp can do at the next level:
Taylor Rapp's passer rating allowed in coverage was LOW compared to the rest of the Pac-12. pic.twitter.com/Xmg3d9Ra38— PFF Draft (@PFF_College) April 12, 2019
They should all get cardigan sweaters and pipes:
Academic excellence.— Washington Football (@UW_Football) April 11, 2019
5⃣ Dawgs have been named to the 2019 @NFFNetwork Hampshire Honor Society for maintaining a cumulative 3.2 GPA or better throughout their college careers.#PurpleReign x #BuiltForLife pic.twitter.com/biYSkDWyNe
Women’s soccer shuts out SU:
Women’s tennis at home Friday (1:30pm) and Sunday (12:00pm):
For the second straight week, @UW_WTennis is set to take on two ranked teams in one weekend. On Friday, it's No. 13 USC, and on Sunday, it's No. 10 UCLA for Senior Day.— The Daily Sports (@UWDailySports) April 12, 2019
UW Softball (32-6, 9-3) are winners of 10 straight and play three at home this weekend against #23 ASU:
Husky Baseball (15-12, 5-7) is at Stanford for a three game series starting tonight at 7pm:
Myles Bryant has always been fun to watch, even as a junior in HS: