NWSB Insider Brandon Choate brings us his list of 5 Washington Huskies who you could see in the NFL next year. Keith Price made a name for himself in the Alamo Bowl and will look to Austin Seferian-Jenkins to do it again this season. Sean Parker and Desmond Trufant will be holding down the defense while it will be Drew Schaefer’s job to protect Price at all costs.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Sports Blogger Brandon Choate brings us his list of 5 freshman who could hit the field come week 1 of the NCAA football season for the Washington Huskies. Incoming freshmen Shaq Thompson, Shane Brostek and Jaydon Mickens have a good shot at playing right away as well as James Sample, who was redshirted last season. Nice recruiting class by the Dawgs.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Sports blogger Brandon Choate brings us his breakdown of the strengths and weaknesses of this 2012 Washington Huskies Football squad. With the losses of Cort Dennison and Chris Polk, the linebackers and running backs will have to step up to replace their production. With Keith Price at the helm, though, with a very strong corp of receivers, this team is poised to make a serious run at the Pac-12 North title.
NWSB Insider and Washington Huskies blogger K-Shell weighs in with some players he predicts will have breakout seasons in the pac 12 in 2012. Kasen Williams the five-star wide receiver and #2 receiver in the entire nation for starters. Jesse Callier & Bishop Sankey, as well as Kevin Smith and Danny Shelton are the guys pegged to have much more than above average seasons in 2012 for UW.
Our Washington Huskies insider Brandon Choate weighs in on this week’s football matchup against the #6 Oregon Ducks. Defense will be key in this game as the Huskies line must stop the Ducks running game. Cort Dennison and Desmond Trufant will be busy while Josh Shirley needs to be able to contain the wild Oregon running backs.
Huskies beat blogger KShell reports on Washington Huskies gameday for Week 8 versus the Stanford Cardinal. Huskies fans are excited about wide receiver James Johnson. Thankfully, Johnson didn’t transfer and is having a great season. For the year Johnson has 22 receptions for 287 yards(13.0 YPC) with three touchdowns.
Our Washington Huskies insider Brandon Choate weighs in on this week’s matchup against the Cal Bears in Seattle. Huskies QB Keith Price looks to continue his passing brilliance and RB Chris Polk is looking to continue his rushing dominance as well.