Happy-ish Tuesday. As a reminder, you can follow us on Twitter at @UWonSBN, or you can follow Rob and Max for some football and then some, Aaron for croot-based thoughts, Coach B for that plus evaluations, or Andrew and me for what could be diplomatically called “total nonsense.”
To the dots!
- Without any official camps, O’Dea three star athlete Milton Hopkins organized and reffed (and of course, played in) a 7on7 football tournament for Washington athletes that included Washington commits, targets, and future stars. There’s also some video of the event here.
- With Joe Tryon-Shoyinka off to the NFL, Christian Caple takes a look at the future of OLB for UW and Laiatu Latu’s chance to be a star.
- Pac-12 leadership is once again trying to figure their shit out while paying too much for Larry Scott and their Bay Area headquarters.
- Some updates on the petition started by Washington high school football players to play in the fall.
This sounds ideal:
Eberflus on Jacob Eason: "Great arm strength. I see decision-making continue to get better and better and better. ... I keep seeing improved 'get us into the right play, get us into the right position, handling the different looks.' That's exciting, because that's the hard part— Joel A. Erickson (@JoelAErickson) September 1, 2020
A tale of two pass rushers: Joe Tryon and Jordan Lolohea both signed with UW in the 2017 recruiting class. One just declared for the NFL Draft. The other could very well enter the 2021 season as a true freshman.— Christian Caple (@ChristianCaple) August 31, 2020
TL;DR: Jake Browning is the most underrated punter in school history. https://t.co/U8f9OkpEyW— Christian Caple (@ChristianCaple) August 31, 2020
"I think they are going to use all of us. Me, Jordan (Howard), Myles (Gaskin), Patrick (Laird)....I don't want to give out any secrets," Dolphins tailback Matt Breida.— Omar Kelly (@OmarKelly) September 1, 2020
Do good things, don’t do bad things, and bow down to Washington.