- Husky edge target Lance Holtzclaw will be announcing his college choice tomorrow and 247’s Arizona lead Blair Angulo has put in a crystal ball pick for Washington. If you missed our in-depth profile of Holtzclaw from a few weeks ago or just want to read it again, you can check it out here.
Committing on Friday— Lance “Showtime” Holtzclaw (@lancefrmdabean) July 7, 2021
Where y’all wanna see me go ?
- Local 5-star OL Josh Conerly details his plans for the fall when he’ll take all of his official visits. Washington currently holds both crystal balls from 247 Sports.
Northwest Rivals: Record Against Other PAC-12 NW Programs in the CFP Era (2014-2021):— WestCoastCFB.com (@WestCoastCFB) July 8, 2021
1. Washington 15-4
2. Oregon 12-8
3. WSU 11-9
4. OSU 2-19
- Vita Vea supported the NHL champion Tampa Bay Lightning in one of the only ways he can...
- The Crawsover is officially back this summer with games starting this weekend and just about every current Husky plus a number of former ones are participating. The only scholarship players not taking part appear to be Daejon Davis, Emmitt Matthews, and Nate Roberts.
PNW Rain- C. Bajema— Max Vrooman (@UWDP_maxvroom) July 7, 2021
WorldwideSM- A. Gaddy, R. Upshaw, S. Suggs
- If you are rooting for as competitive a Pac-12 as possible then yesterday was a big day as Arizona State’s Marcus Bagley, USC’s Isaiah Mobley, and UCLA’s Cody Riley and Johnny Juzang all withdrew from the NBA Draft and announced they’ll return to school. The Bruins enter the season on everyone’s short list of teams capable of winning a national title.
Still a few tweaks to make to my model but early top-5 right now is 1. Kansas, 2. Gonzaga, 3. Texas, 4. Michigan, 5. UCLA. https://t.co/LDP5XVZaNJ— Max Vrooman (@UWDP_maxvroom) July 8, 2021
Washington Athletics Dots
- It turns out that keeping up with Danielle Lawrie is difficult likely even if you aren’t a little kid. In case you missed the podcast last week, Gabey and Andrew interviewed Lawrie as she heads to the Olympics with Team Canada.