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- John Wilner explains the role of the coronavirus advisory commitee, and introduces us to the Pac-12 members.
- Christian Caple from The Athletic ($) opens his mailbag, and addresses the Huskies run defense among other topics.
ESPN draft analyst and Senior Bowl Executive Director:
Few defenses played harder than @UW_Football last year. Early round DT Levi Onwuzurike (@LeviOnw) is far more disruptive than stats suggest. Ryan Bowman could be a cool Swiss Army knife DL/FB/ST as a pro. Josiah Bronson is a sleeper with an NFL frame.#TheDraftStartsInMOBILE pic.twitter.com/d6HIvGOtJm— Jim Nagy (@JimNagy_SB) June 4, 2020
Coach Hopkins among those speaking in Renton yesterday:
Washington Huskies men’s basketball assistant Will Conroy organizes rally addressing race and social justice that includes Breanna Stewart, Jamal Crawford, Zach LaVine, Isaiah Thomas, Jewell Loyd, Spencer Hawes and Brandon Roy. pic.twitter.com/vMZ6s8GDAE— Percy Allen (@percyallen) June 5, 2020
Sending a big thank you to former @UW_MBB star @spencerhawes00 who donated PPE to help fight #COVID19. pic.twitter.com/uvRQ3CU7CB— UW Medicine (@UWMedicine) June 4, 2020
Highest graded returning Pac-12 CBs:— PFF College (@PFF_College) June 5, 2020
1. Elijah Molden, Washington - 90.9
2. Jevon Holland, Oregon - 85.3
3. Trent Mcduffie, Washington - 83.7
4. Thomas Graham Jr, Oregon - 82.9 pic.twitter.com/Y4djobX1fK