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See if you can follow: Three Huskies have been named to two of Phil Steele’s four preseason All-America teams.
3⃣ Dawgs have been named the @philsteele042 preseason All-America team @CadeOtton @jaxson_kirkland @trent_mcduffie— Washington Football (@UW_Football) June 24, 2021
» https://t.co/NLSlsrdswi#BowDown x #PurpleReign pic.twitter.com/G5DWbZvc3t
Surprises on the All-Pac 12 team include freshman wide receiver Rome Odunze and senior guard Henry Bainivalu.
Dawgs have been named the @philsteele042 preseason All-Pac-12 team‼️— Washington Football (@UW_Football) June 24, 2021
➡️ @CadeOtton @jaxson_kirkland @trent_mcduffie @Ulofoshio30 @HBainivalu @TakiTaimani @RomeOdunze @iRiichh @peytonhenry17 @LukeWattenberg #BowDown x #PurpleReign pic.twitter.com/XrvEwFENs5
New turf is installed and ready for the 2021 season:
New season.— Washington Athletics (@UWAthletics) June 24, 2021
Same #GreatestSetting.#GoHuskies x @UW_Football pic.twitter.com/mQ7hJHx1qZ
The prolonged recruiting purgatory was finally lifted on June 1, clearing the way for recruits to make their way to Montlake.
UW is about to embark on the biggest official visit weekend of the Jimmy Lake Era.— Mike Vorel (@mikevorel) June 24, 2021
(Though, considering the 15-month recruiting dead period, that isn't saying much.)
Still, let's dive into the crop of recruits headed to UW: https://t.co/MdIE97Cxfm
Among those visiting this week
Defensive Lineman from Salt Lake City who has just earned a 4th star from 24/7:
East High School (UT) '22 - Ben Roberts @RobertsBen8 is going to be a serious problem this season! Ben knows how to get the crowd going! Big time recruit. pic.twitter.com/zEclpTQSnC— Level Up Elite FB (@levelupelitesFB) June 25, 2021
Linebacker from Fife High School:
Had a great visit at UW thanks for having me @UW_Football @HeirFootball @RegJones20 @FifeHSTrojans @BrandonHuffman pic.twitter.com/0UTaYerFxd— Matai Sarte (@SarteMatai) June 24, 2021
Ferndale 3-star 2023 OL Landen Hatchett, brother of UW OL Geirean Hatchett:
After a great visit I am extremely blessed to have been offered by the University of Washington! Thank you @scotthuffUW and @CoachLakeUDUB Go Dawgs ☔️ pic.twitter.com/n688DNdkTd— landen hatchett (@LandenHatchett) June 24, 2021
Oaks Christian (CA) cornerback:
Seattle, Washington #GoHuskies x #PurpleReign— Jalen Lewis (@JalenMalikLewis) June 24, 2021
-@CoachTB02 @UW_Football @ColinLockett15
After a disastrous rookie campaign, Kaleb McGary dramatically improved in his second year in Atlanta. The number of sacks he was responsible for dropped from a league-high 13 to 4, and he only committed one penalty in 2020:
Is Kaleb McGary Ready For A Breakout Season In Atlanta? @chris_fetters @kimgrinolds @scotteklund @jackmccauley_ @lukemounger @aaronwbeach https://t.co/iVCsbwRY8F via @247sports— Dawgman.com (@Dawgman247) June 24, 2021
Natalie Robinson was voted Washington SAAC vice president in 2019 and president in 2020. She educated student-athletes about NCAA legislation and oversaw all five SAAC sub-committees to enhance the student-athlete experience.
Big congrats to @_natrob becoming the first Husky since 2013 to win the Pac-12 Leadership Award— Washington Beach Volleyball (@UW_BeachVB) June 24, 2021
>> https://t.co/2zqznaWad6#PointHuskies pic.twitter.com/Xr37E9EGF1