- Mike Leach finally won a battle over Jimmy Lake as now ex-Stanford QB K.J Costello announced yesterday he would transfer to Mississippi State after having visited Washington the week prior.
- Dawgman makes the case that Washington is better off without bringing in Costello.
- That means barring an unexpected change UW will enter the season with 0 career college QB starts on the roster. The last time that happened things didn’t go well...
Looks like it's 2004 after our lord and savior Cody Pickett graduated. Casey Paus had 23 attempts in 2003 in garbage time duty but never started.— UW Dawg Pound (@UWonSBN) January 30, 2020
In 2004 UW QBs completed 40.1% of passes with 8 TDs and 24 INTs in a 1-10 season. Not great, Bob. https://t.co/KJmVTLP11p
- TE Jack Yary was the top remaining target left on Washington’s board but last night he re-committed to USC which may not use anyone at his position but is his father’s alma mater and dream school. He said the decision was 50/50 with the hometown school winning the tiebreaker which doesn’t really help soften the blow.
- 247’s Greg Biggins takes an in-depth scouting look at recent 2021 UW commit Zakhari Spears
- Lauren Kirschman at the TNT examines what makes Jimmy Lake a good recruiter.
- This 3 round Mock Draft from NFL.com has one Husky selected in each round including a pair of Huskies ending up on the same squad.
- The Athletic re-grades the 2016 recruiting class and for the 3rd consecutive season Washington started out outside of the top-25 and wound up inside the top-10.
- They also looked back at the top-100 players from that recruiting class which included Jacob Eason and Byron Murphy.
ready for the next chapter pic.twitter.com/nxqw3gwPPq— hunter bryant (@blackbeast88) February 4, 2020
Other Washington Athletics Dots
- Rivals scout Corey Evans thinks that Seattle 5-star legacy for 2021 Paolo Banchero will ultimately slip out of Washington’s grasp.
- Washington Softball previews the outfield in preparation for Friday’s opener.
- Check out our own Ed Strong’s extensive projected depth chart for Husky softball to get you ready for the upcoming season with the #1 ranked team in the country.
Join @UW_WBB for it's annual #NGWSD event this Sunday, Feb. 9, in Alaska Airlines Arena.— Washington Athletics (@UWAthletics) February 3, 2020
There will be a pre-game clinic, post-game dribbling camp, and opportunities for young Husky fans to take part in throughout the game.#AlwaysCompete x #GoHuskies