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- Christian Caple of The Athletic has a Husky mailbag answering questions about OKGs, recruiting, and strong/weak position groups.
- Dawgman continues their post-spring position reviews with a look at the running back position.
- ESPN has their future offensive power rankings for the next 3 years out and the Dawgs likely rank lower than most Husky fans would like at 4th in the Pac-12...
- The Husky coaching staff is on the road recruiting and handed out a couple of new offers yesterday to a California defensive back, Texas linebacker, and Texas tight end. Dawgman has an interview with Trey Paster about the state of his Pac-12 heavy recruitment and the new UW offer.
- And also have one with Cooper McDonald who is just beginning to see his recruitment pick up.
- Some now former Huskies put in work at rookie mini-camps this past weekend. The color scheme may be similar but it’ll be a while before Jake Browning looks right wearing anything but a UW helmet.
- Brian Bennett at The Athletic lists his early Pac-12 basketball power rankings for next season with the caveat that there are still several recruiting/draft/transfer decisions that need to be sorted out before the picture becomes completely clear. He has UW in the 2nd tier at the moment.
- 247 Sports released their final basketball recruiting rankings yesterday and UW commit Isaiah Stewart jumped up to 4th with his stellar play on the All-star circuit while local UW target Jaden McDaniels made a pretty sizable drop although he’s still a 5-star.
- Rivals comes out with their final rankings later today but did release their Top Ten yesterday and Stewart jumped all the way to 2nd overall.
- And Corey Evans at Rivals discusses the recruitment of Jaden McDaniels in his mailbag and sees it as neck and neck between Kentucky and Washington.
- The Husky women’s golf team is in 3rd place at Regionals in a field of 18 teams after yesterday’s rounds.