Todd Milles, the Tacoma News Tribune's Husky beat writer, says longtime followers of Spokane football forecast that Bishop Sankey will be "a solid - not great - player in college."
Milles writes that "My fear for Sankey is that he becomes more of an example (that Sark can recruit east of the mountains) than a contributor (on the field) ... after Polk leaves, Callier becomes a junior and Cooper enters his sophomore season, anyone think Sarkisian and his staff won't be mining California for another top-flight talent to become his new rushing-game toy?"
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Tacoma Trib: RB overhyped, fits backup role
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