UW Fall Camp - Day 2 (Rookies)

For the second-straight day, the rookies and a few select veterans took the field for the afternoon session and it provided another opportunity for Dawgman.com to provide one more early look at several youngsters...

RB Sean McGrew - Again, small, but very explosive. McGrew can cut on a dime and he explodes through the line once he puts his foot in the ground and decides to go north-south. 

OL Henry Roberts - Roberts looks like he's in great shape. He's increased his mass through his chest and arms and he looks like a perfect fit at guard. 

OL Devin Burleson - So long and light on his feet, Burleson is handled right tackle duties with the younger guys. Burleson looks bigger, but still appears to need another year in the weight room before he'll be ready to contribute.

DL/OLB Benning Potoa'e - Had the play of the day when he stepped in front of a pass intended for Jordan Chin and made a diving interception, drawing cheers from his defensive teammates. At 270 pounds, Potoa'e is really light on his feet and he looks much better in space than he did last fall.

DL Jared Pulu - The walk-on from Federal Way sure looks like he could push for some playing time before long. He's strong and pursues well. He too has added a lot of size and strength to his frame.

DL Ricky McCoy - McCoy hasn't shown much yet, but don't let that fool you. He really has changed his body and looks like a future stud along the defensive line.

OL John Turner - Turner has trimmed down and looks really fit. It'll be interesting to watch his progress this fall. The third-year sophomore isn't a mauler, but the coaches like his smarts and think he could fit in at any of the three inside positions eventually.

TE Michael Neal - Neal is big and athletic. He had a couple of nice catches on day two and he looks like he could see some time on special teams and in some three tight end formations as long as he continues to progress.

DL Jason Scrempos - Scrempos is big and appears to be fully recovered from his shoulder surgery from last fall. He still looks like he needs another year before he'll push for playing time, but you can see why the coaches liked him so much when they brought him in because he can fit in at one of the defensive end spots pretty easily once some of the upper classmen move on.

WR Quinten Pounds - Pounds still looks like he needs to add some size, but he showed outstanding quickness and soft hands in making a few catches.

DL/OLB Bryce Sterk - Long and athletic, Sterk continues to impress on the hoof. He's also started to have things click in although at the crowded 'BUCK' linebacker spot, he could still be a year or two away from pushing for playing time.

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