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- Lincoln HS (Tacoma) edge Jayden Wayne is making the recruiting rounds, and the 5-star prospect enjoyed his UW visit this week.
- Also from Husky Maven, Dan Raley goes game by game through the UW schedule. Does he have the Dawgs eclipsing the eight-win total predicted by Pro Football Focus?
- Get to know incoming freshman DB Vincent Nunley.
- Chris Fetters continues his countdown series, and with 92 days until the season, he looks at some notable Huskies to wear that number.
Jaxson Kirkland on everyone’s radar
In four games and 256 snaps, Kirkland was credited by Stats Info Solutions with zero sacks allowed, zero pressures allowed and zero blown run blocks:
ESPN Names Jaxson Kirkland As One Of The Nation's Most Versatile Offensive Linemen @chris_fetters @kimgrinolds @dawgman247 @jackmccauley_ @lukemounger @aaronwbeach https://t.co/HwzBxDNwQF via @247sports— Scott Eklund (@ScottEklund) June 3, 2021
One of our top-rated OL off preliminary tape for 2022 @seniorbowl is Washington T/G Jackson Kirkland (@jaxson_kirkland), who could join recent Senior Bowl OL alums like Falcons’ first-rounder Kaleb McGary and Browns’ starter Nick Harris’ path to Mobile.#TheDraftStartsInMobile pic.twitter.com/69JFMVrqJr— Jim Nagy (@JimNagy_SB) June 4, 2021
Husky Combine Highlights
41.5 inches of Trent McDuffie air:
Joe Tryon featured in Tampa Bay’s “Meet the Rookies”
Congratulations to Braiden Ward, who was named to the Pac-12 All-Defensive Team this season!— Washington Baseball (@UW_Baseball) June 3, 2021
Braiden played all 50 games in the field for us and had three outfield assists with a .989 fielding percentage in center field!#DaWgStrong /// #GoHuskies pic.twitter.com/lJVjAyj3cm
Title IX's 49th anniversary is later this month. The 5-year anniversary of @UW_WGolf's first National Championship was last week.— Washington Athletics (@UWAthletics) June 3, 2021
This is the story of the significance of those two anniversaries for Washington women's golf, as told by head coach Mary Lou Mulflur.#GoHuskies pic.twitter.com/oGFIUiyB25