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- Mike Vorel from The Seattle Times breaks down the Safety position —and touches on the specialists— in his latest UW Football post-spring position analysis.
Find Vorel’s complete position previews here:
- Defensive Line
- Inside LB
- Outside LB
- Running Back
- Wide Receiver
- Tight End
- Offensive Line
Josh Calvert joins Brandon McKinney at Utah. Marquis Spiker to Nevada:
Incoming UW portal transfers ranked #54 and #66:
When it comes to the transfer portal, @247SportsPortal has ranked the top-100 transfers for 2021. For @UW_Football, there are two listed that have made their way to Montlake, and two that have left. Who are they? @Dawgman247 https://t.co/m5Ri3ChmMy— Chris Fetters (@Chris_Fetters) May 20, 2021
2022 NFL Draft
Ryan Bowman: HB/FB at the next level?
Huskies in Kiper's position rankings:— Mike Vorel (@mikevorel) May 20, 2021
No. 3 FB/HB: Ryan Bowman (?)
No. 3 TE: Cade Otton
No. 4 OT: Jaxson Kirkland
No. 10 OLB: Zion Tupuola-Fetui
No. 6 CB: Trent McDuffie
- Seven Huskies Earn NFCA All-Region Honors, Gabbie Plain, Sis Bates, Morganne Flores, Baylee Klingler, and Sami Reynolds all were named to the All-Pacific Region First Team.
Tonight, 7:30 PM
Washington welcomes Portland State, Seattle U, and Michigan to Montlake for Regionals, UW’s fifth straight year hosting the opening round.. The Huskies are 30-0 in home Regional games under Heather Tarr.
Falling from No. 5 to the NCAA Tournament 16 seed may have been disappointing, but @UWSoftball is focused on the future, beginning with its Regional matchup against Portland State on Friday | via @edwardsanthonyb https://t.co/b0SxA7hc17— The Daily Sports (@UWDailySports) May 20, 2021
Track and Field
In addition to the West Prelim qualifiers, the multi-event qualifiers were announced, as the top-24 nationally go straight through to Eugene. Lyndsey Lopes, the Pac-12 heptathlon champion, and third-place finisher Ida Eikeng will both be in the NCAA Outdoor heptathlon field, though both will also compete in open events at West Prelims.
Future NFL Fullback at work: