Washington had practice on both Friday and Saturday and numerous people had numerous thoughts:
- Mike Vorel’s observations from Friday’s practice and also from Saturday’s practice.
- Christian Caple includes his thoughts on Saturday including the approximate stats for all the UW quarterbacks during the scrimmage periods.
- The Seattle Times profiled Joe Tryon as he hopes to become a 1st round pick this upcoming Thursday in the NFL Draft after opting out of the 2020 Washington season.
— Washington Football (@UW_Football) April 23, 2021
BALL OUT @IAmJM_ #BowDown x #PurpleReign pic.twitter.com/CIOoeiuXjk
Nothing but love for Husky Nation https://t.co/0BxGnOfYk5— (@ZTF58) April 24, 2021
and that's how it's done @rporter00 #BowDown x #PurpleReign pic.twitter.com/knIvI7VYqP— Washington Football (@UW_Football) April 24, 2021
Will not be surprised if Levi Onwuzurike is drafted in the first round.— Matt Miller (@nfldraftscout) April 26, 2021
- New women’s head coach Tina Langley announced her full assistant coaching staff with the additions of 3 new staff members.
- The Yakima Herald profiled MarJon Beauchamp who is once again a UW recruiting target after originally planning to skip college and head straight to the NBA. Beauchamp is playing with Yakima Valley College at the moment to get in reps while completing coursework for the fall.
Washington Athletics Dots
- Kaylene Pang leads the Huskies Women’s Soccer team into the NCAA tournament which starts Tuesday in a game against Liberty.
- Gabbie Plain suffered her first loss of the season for UW softball as #2 UCLA took 3 out of 4 against the Huskies in their series this weekend. The team is scheduled to have a bye week before playing Utah on 5/7.
DAWGS WIN!!!! WILL SIMPSON DID IT AGAIN!!!!!!!— Washington Baseball (@UW_Baseball) April 25, 2021
His second walk off hit of the series and the Huskies take the series over New Mexico in dramatic fashion!!#DaWgStrong /// #GoHuskies pic.twitter.com/0UoxwbEigk
A few photos from Dexter Lake, where the UW women won all five of their races today.#WomenOfWashington x #RowingU x #GoHuskies pic.twitter.com/XVS0rZoufp— Washington Rowing (@UW_Rowing) April 24, 2021
- It turns out Jake Locker and Chris Petersen have it figured out. Locker made $12 million in salary over 4 years plus whatever he made in endorsements then moved back home and is living exactly the life he wants while hopefully having preserved his long-term physical well being not getting the crap kicked out of him anymore behind Tennessee’s offensive line. King.
Sports Illustrated cover, 10 years ago today. pic.twitter.com/dp5nw7HHE0— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) April 25, 2021