Freshmen Day 1: Notes and Quotes

On the new season: I hope you are as excited as we are about the new season upon us. We have looked forward to this time since the gun went off in San Diego in the Holiday Bowl. We are anxious to get going, and we've got a great group of young players who have just joined the program. We are very excited about them, and looking very forward to watching their progression as we enter pre-season camp in anticipation to the game against Michigan.

2002 Freshman Photogallery << Rick Neuheisel: "I think there is great athleticism. We thought we had a very athletic group coming in, and they did not disappoint. In the myriad of drills we put them through today, we thought there was going to be great speed. We put them through their paces, and alternated between big guy drills and little guy drills. After watching it, we are very impressed with a number of guys."


Neuheisel quotes on incoming freshmen:
<< Brandon Ala: Brandon joined us from the state of Hawaii. Our thought with Brandon is that he would give us a great outside Rush End (Backer) athlete. He looked very nimble, very fast. He's coming off a little bit of a knee surgery. He had cartilage repaired over the summer, so he's not at 100 percent. He's about 6-4, 220 pounds and I think will be a definite edge presence before he's done here.

<< Scott Ballew: Scott is a walk-on athlete from Austin, Texas. He had been recruited for a long time by the University of Texas and was under the impression that he was going to get a scholarship there. But as we know, Texas had a banner recruiting year and there were a number of defensive linemen that wanted to commit - I think they ended up signing eight - and so they ended up not having a scholarship for Scott. We ended up being at the right place at the right time with him. He is a bonafide player. I think he's going to be a great addition. We right now have him playing safety, but that could change as fall camp progresses.

<< Ben Bandel: Big good-looking tight end. We did some pass catching drills later in the practice, and he looks very, very natural. He's about 6-7, 255 pounds. He's just natural. We have such a great tradition at tight end, and I think that we have been very fortunate to get our pick out of the litter, and he was our pick. We are thrilled that he is here, and we think he's going to have a great career.

<< Jason Benn: A legacy of sorts in our program. His mother and father were at our orientation dinner last night, and I said if any parents have any questions about this program works just see the Benns, because their older son just graduated from here and is now with the Tennessee Titans. Jason we think is going to be a natural. The other thing that we just realized in the post practice when we started working specialists is that he's a great long-snapper. That's exciting. Every time you put a group of guys together you are hoping you're going to get some great specialists out of it, and he looked like a real natural. We're hoping that he'll be a big-time contributor.

<< Ryan Campbell: Ryan is a walk-on from Eastside Catholic. It's a great story with Ryan Campbell. He was going to walk-on at Washington State and he came up to me at a movie theater when I was out at a movie with my wife on a Monday night. He came up to me and said, "Hey coach," and he introduced himself to me. I said, "How are you" and he said, "well, I'll see you next year because I'm going to walk-on to Washington State. I said, "you are, why not the Huskies?" He said, "It seemed like the Huskies didn't call me back." I said, "You call me tomorrow," and sure enough he called me the next day and now here we are. We stole one from the Cougs there. I think he's a neat kid and he's excited.

<< Dash Crutchley: Dash is a guy that played wide receiver in high school. He's 6-5, 235 pounds. He wasn't quite that heavy in high school, but he's the kind of athlete that you're looking for as a Rush End (Backer). He's eager to give that a try. He was an outstanding soccer player - I think he was a goalie - and was a youth national player. Football is not something that he's done for a long time in his life, but he's a gifted athlete. We're excited about what he can become.

<< Stanley Daniels: Stanley was a young man where down the stretch it became Washington and Nebraska, and we are thrilled that he chose us. Stanley played in a number of all star games over the summer almost primarily on defense. We've got him listed as an offensive lineman but we're going to continue to watch him and give him a chance to see if he might be a defensive lineman. We think that he's that kind of athlete. He's got quick-twitch (muscles). He played some tight end (in high school). He was catching the ball today. He's a big, natural athlete. He's probably a couple of weeks away from being in shape, but we think that he's a big-time player and we're very excited that he's here.

<< Matt Fountaine: Another legacy recruit. His brother, Jamaal, just joined our staff as a defensive quality control guy. Matt is a corner/athlete, and we just think that he's going to be another big-time Fountaine in our program. He's a natural. He ran about a 10.8 100-meters in high school. He's a gifted player, and looked very natural today.

<< Eric Hass: He's a walk-on fullback/linebacker. We're going to try him at fullback initially. Like all young players who come without scholarships, he's eager to prove he belongs. We've had a rich tradition of walk-ons here at the University of Washington, and hopefully we can continue to do so.

<< Eddie Jackson: If you've got out there and watched him, he has the prototype wide receiver build. He's about 6-4, 215 pounds. He runs very well, and is just a very, very gifted player. You put him along with our other wide receivers in the program, and you've got a nice force of guys who'll hopefully give opposing secondaries some problems as far as how they match up. You might have one guy that can match up with Reggie (Williams) or Paul (Arnold), but now you put another big guy in the game and it becomes very difficult to keep matching up with that kind of athletes and that kind of size. You look for those kind of individual opportunities as you are game planning to see where you might be able to gain a physical advantage. We don't have any designs to redshirt him. We think that he can be a performer right away.

<< Kenny James: Outstanding young man who's worked his tail off to get himself here. His whole family drove up to drop him off. Kenny is a very natural player. We put him through a variety of fundamental drills, and he didn't just look good in the running back drills, he looked good in the back-pedal, he looked good catching the ball, he's just a natural football player. That's exciting when you are talking about the tailback position because it requires so many different skills. We think that we've got a real gem in Kenny James.

<< Cory Jones: He's not yet joined the program. He'll come in with the varsity on Friday, and we think that he's going to be a big-time asset to our program. We eagerly anticipate Cory joining the program.

<< Robin Kezirian: He grew up on a ranch and showed up with a bunch of raisins, and the coaches have never had it so good. We are very excited to have Robin here. He played offense and defensive line. Robin is another diverse athlete who can run a little bit. In a quality recruiting class, you'd like to have four to five offensive linemen. We think we've got four great offensive linemen, and Robin is one of those.

<< Donny Mateaki: A great looking young man. I think he can be a real asset to our defensive front, if not right away then certainly in the future. Donny is a classic defensive front guy. We think that he's got a tremendous future.

<< Dan Milsten: He is a bonafide defensive line prospect. You put Mateaki and Milsten together, and we think we've done some great things for the future of our front.

<< Nathan Rhodes: He introduced himself last night as a guy that loves football and loves to eat. Both are very obvious. He's about 6-7, 320 pounds, just a huge young man. It'll take a little while to get him into great shape, but he ran around pretty well today and caught the ball pretty well today. Just a very, very natural athlete. He kind of jumped onto the scene last year after the combines because he performed so well. He grew up with his grandparents and tears were flowing as the grandmother and grandfather left. We think we've got ourselves a big-time offensive tackle of the future.

<< Nate Robinson: Obviously a much heralded local player, and if day one is any indication he did not disappoint. As natural of a young man as you'll ever see. He just looks like he fell off the truck doing it. He caught punts at the end of practice today and it looks like he's been doing it for 100 years. He catches the ball well, he back-pedals well. He's just a very, very gifted young man. If he stays focused, there's no telling what he can accomplish in his time here at the University of Washington. Certainly there is a lot of basketball in his blood, and we don't want to dissuade him from that. Lorenzo Romar and I have talked about him a number of times, and we both agree that he can help both of our programs and so we're going to do that. It's going to be fun for me, as a basketball fan, to watch him play, and hopefully Lorenzo feels the same way about watching him play football.

<< Shelton Sampson: A gifted young man. You can just tell how fast he is. He is just really, really wired for speed. He is going to be a very explosive player. Shelton is another guy that can play a number of positions. He wants to be a tailback and we're certainly going to give him that opportunity, but he can play a number of places and be an impact guy. Those are the kind of fun problems for a coach to have.

<< Jordan Slye: We've got him lined up right now as a free safety. He can probably line up at wide receiver or line up at quarterback and look pretty natural. He's very smooth and makes things look effortless. He's a very wiry, a very skilled player. I'm really looking forward to watching and moving the chess pieces around into positions where they can impact the game in a very efficient fashion.

<< Isaiah Stanback: I obviously had a lot of wonderful things to say about him after we finished recruiting him, and I still feel that way. Just a natural player. He's got lots to learn about playing the position of quarterback and lots of fundamental things that can be worked on and so forth, but if you give me and Coach Axman a guy like him with those natural tools, you've got a chance to put together a masterpiece. I'm excited about watching him evolve in our program.

<< Felix Sweetman: He is a neat kid that will help us with our depth at quarterback and service the practice field. Felix is a Johnny-on-the-spot guy ready to go. His sister is a manager in the program, so it's a family affair. The "Cat" is ready.

<< Kim Taylor: Kim is another neat story in that he had to wait an entire year to get here. He was in our recruiting class from a year ago, was unable to reach the NCAA minimums, kept working, and in his last opportunity got his test score up to a place where now he can become our partial qualifier. He is a great kid. Nobody understands how fortunate they are to be here until they are faced with an alternative plan, so Kim understands how good of a deal this is. He's very eager to please and get started.

<< Clay Walker: Was the offensive lineman of the year in the state of Arizona. He is a great looking young man. We think that he's going to be a tremendous asset to our program.

<< Scott White: A very gifted kid. He was one of those guys that came on an early visit last year and committed in December and then became like a coach. He called me almost on a daily basis to see who was in and who wasn't and so-forth. He has natural leadership skills. He's obviously very skilled moving laterally. I think he's going to be a quality linebacker. The other thing that's intriguing about him is that he has the make-up and the natural ability to be a fullback for us, but right now he's going to be a linebacker. We're glad that he's come to the University of Washington.


Notes:

Walkin' in Montlake: There were four walk-ons that participated today: Scott Ballew, Ryan Campbell, Eric Hass, and Felix Sweetman. Because of roster limitations, the rest of the walk-ons won't be able to join the team until the Monday following the first game of the season, when the roster size is increased to 105.

Center of Attention: The graduation of center Kyle Benn and move of sophomore Dan Dicks to guard has left a lack of depth at the center position. Today Neuheisel stated that he is going to give Stanley Daniels, Clay Walker, and Robin Kezirian all a chance to play center. "We will find out who's the most natural center through the course of our drills, and make that determination at a later date," said Neuheisel.

E.T. Returns: Neuheisel said today that after having a conversation with Charles Frederick last week, he has decided to give the athletic Floridian another chance to return to the University of Washington.

"Charles is going to return, and I'm going to watch carefully his progress in the first two weeks of camp and go from there," said Neuheisel of the sophomore receiver. "There are two issues with Charles. One is his commitment to football. It's easy to say one thing and your actions demonstrate maybe another. And number two, I want to watch closely his relationship with the rest of our football team. I think Charles would maybe be the first to tel l you that there is some repairing to do with relationships. I don't want any one person on our football team to be a devise influence, it's not worth it. It's up to Charles to make sure that everyone is excited that he's on the team. The way to do that is for him to be very consistent and to show that he is as committed, if not more so, than the next guy.

Ready or Not: When asked about which players would likely have a chance to play early in their Husky careers, Neuheisel had this to say: "I'm hoping that Eddie Jackson is going to contribute right away. When you go and get junior college players, you foresee a need for them. I'm also hopeful that we are at the point in our program where we won't need freshmen to play. There's a need and there's ready. There may be one or two or three or four guys who just burst onto the scene and you can't keep them off the field because they are so ready, but that remains to be seen."

Who said it was Two-a-Days: While still recovering from injuries, Justin Robbins, Pat Reddick, Kai Ellis, and Derrick Johnson will all only practice only once a day during two-a-days, Neuheisel said, to avoid too much of a pounding and, in turn, let their bodies heal.

Kai Update: Kai Ellis sat out spring ball while recovering from two swollen knees. Neuheisel said updated his condition today: "There has been no swelling in the knee in the past six weeks. There have been no flare-ups. We are going to use caution and do everything we can to continue for that to be the case."

Home is where the Heart Is: After three years at Evergreen State College, the Huskies will conduct its fall camp at the University of Washington this year. It's a change of scenery that Coach Neuheisel says has it's advantages and disadvantages.

"We had a great experience at Evergreen. Unfortunately last year we got caught in some bad weather and the field was just not ready. Who could expect it to be during the deluge. It was just a downpour for a number of days. If that were to occur this year, obviously our field is much better off given the field turf to handle that, not to mention the indoor practice facility. That, coupled with our meeting rooms being done and all the ease of not having to travel, makes more sense to be here. The downside is that we are going to miss the camaraderie that is almost forced to happen when you are stuck with one another and there is not much to do off the football field. Here there is much more familiar surroundings. If they've got free time, there is not much to keep them from going some place. We're going to try to encourage that they stay together and that stay on campus so we don't lose the camaraderie here."

Dawgman.com Top Stories

\r\n << Rick Neuheisel: \"I think there is great athleticism. We thought we \r\nhad a very athletic group coming in, and they did not disappoint. In the \r\nmyriad of drills we put them through today, we thought there was going to be \r\ngreat speed. We put them through their paces, and alternated between big \r\nguy drills and little guy drills. After watching it, we are very impressed \r\nwith a number of guys.\"\r\n


\r\nNeuheisel quotes on incoming freshmen:\r\n\r\n
\r\n << Brandon Ala: Brandon joined us from the state of Hawaii. Our thought with \r\nBrandon is that he would give us a great outside Rush End (Backer) athlete. \r\nHe looked very nimble, very fast. He's coming off a little bit of a knee \r\nsurgery. He had cartilage repaired over the summer, so he's not at 100 \r\npercent. He's about 6-4, 220 pounds and I think will be a definite edge \r\npresence before he's done here.\r\n

\r\n
\r\n << Scott Ballew: Scott is a walk-on athlete from Austin, Texas. He had been \r\nrecruited for a long time by the University of Texas and was under the \r\nimpression that he was going to get a scholarship there. But as we know, \r\nTexas had a banner recruiting year and there were a number of defensive \r\nlinemen that wanted to commit - I think they ended up signing eight - and so \r\nthey ended up not having a scholarship for Scott. We ended up being at the \r\nright place at the right time with him. He is a bonafide player. I think \r\nhe's going to be a great addition. We right now have him playing safety, \r\nbut that could change as fall camp progresses.\r\n

\r\n
\r\n << Ben Bandel: Big good-looking tight end. We did some pass catching drills \r\nlater in the practice, and he looks very, very natural. He's about 6-7, 255 \r\npounds. He's just natural. We have such a great tradition at tight end, \r\nand I think that we have been very fortunate to get our pick out of the \r\nlitter, and he was our pick. We are thrilled that he is here, and we think \r\nhe's going to have a great career.\r\n

\r\n
\r\n << Jason Benn: A legacy of sorts in our program. His mother and father were at \r\nour orientation dinner last night, and I said if any parents have any \r\nquestions about this program works just see the Benns, because their older \r\nson just graduated from here and is now with the Tennessee Titans. Jason we \r\nthink is going to be a natural. The other thing that we just realized in \r\nthe post practice when we started working specialists is that he's a great \r\nlong-snapper. That's exciting. Every time you put a group of guys together \r\nyou are hoping you're going to get some great specialists out of it, and he \r\nlooked like a real natural. We're hoping that he'll be a big-time \r\ncontributor.\r\n

\r\n
\r\n << Ryan Campbell: Ryan is a walk-on from Eastside Catholic. It's a great story \r\nwith Ryan Campbell. He was going to walk-on at Washington State and he came \r\nup to me at a movie theater when I was out at a movie with my wife on a \r\nMonday night. He came up to me and said, \"Hey coach,\" and he introduced \r\nhimself to me. I said, \"How are you\" and he said, \"well, I'll see you next \r\nyear because I'm going to walk-on to Washington State. I said, \"you are, \r\nwhy not the Huskies?\" He said, \"It seemed like the Huskies didn't call me \r\nback.\" I said, \"You call me tomorrow,\" and sure enough he called me the \r\nnext day and now here we are. We stole one from the Cougs there. I think \r\nhe's a neat kid and he's excited.\r\n

\r\n
\r\n << Dash Crutchley: Dash is a guy that played wide receiver in high school. \r\nHe's 6-5, 235 pounds. He wasn't quite that heavy in high school, but he's \r\nthe kind of athlete that you're looking for as a Rush End (Backer). He's \r\neager to give that a try. He was an outstanding soccer player - I think he \r\nwas a goalie - and was a youth national player. Football is not something \r\nthat he's done for a long time in his life, but he's a gifted athlete. \r\nWe're excited about what he can become.\r\n

\r\n
\r\n << Stanley Daniels: Stanley was a young man where down the stretch it became \r\nWashington and Nebraska, and we are thrilled that he chose us. Stanley \r\nplayed in a number of all star games over the summer almost primarily on \r\ndefense. We've got him listed as an offensive lineman but we're going to \r\ncontinue to watch him and give him a chance to see if he might be a \r\ndefensive lineman. We think that he's that kind of athlete. He's got \r\nquick-twitch (muscles). He played some tight end (in high school). He was \r\ncatching the ball today. He's a big, natural athlete. He's probably a \r\ncouple of weeks away from being in shape, but we think that he's a big-time \r\nplayer and we're very excited that he's here.\r\n

\r\n
\r\n << Matt Fountaine: Another legacy recruit. His brother, Jamaal, just joined \r\nour staff as a defensive quality control guy. Matt is a corner/athlete, and \r\nwe just think that he's going to be another big-time Fountaine in our \r\nprogram. He's a natural. He ran about a 10.8 100-meters in high school. \r\nHe's a gifted player, and looked very natural today.\r\n

\r\n
\r\n << Eric Hass:\r\n He's a walk-on fullback/linebacker. We're going to try him at \r\nfullback initially. Like all young players who come without scholarships, \r\nhe's eager to prove he belongs. We've had a rich tradition of walk-ons here \r\nat the University of Washington, and hopefully we can continue to do so.\r\n

\r\n
\r\n << Eddie Jackson: If you've got out there and watched him, he has the prototype \r\nwide receiver build. He's about 6-4, 215 pounds. He runs very well, and is \r\njust a very, very gifted player. You put him along with our other wide \r\nreceivers in the program, and you've got a nice force of guys who'll \r\nhopefully give opposing secondaries some problems as far as how they match \r\nup. You might have one guy that can match up with Reggie (Williams) or Paul \r\n(Arnold), but now you put another big guy in the game and it becomes very \r\ndifficult to keep matching up with that kind of athletes and that kind of \r\nsize. You look for those kind of individual opportunities as you are game \r\nplanning to see where you might be able to gain a physical advantage. We \r\ndon't have any designs to redshirt him. We think that he can be a performer \r\nright away.\r\n

\r\n
\r\n << Kenny James: Outstanding young man who's worked his tail off to get himself \r\nhere. His whole family drove up to drop him off. Kenny is a very natural \r\nplayer. We put him through a variety of fundamental drills, and he didn't \r\njust look good in the running back drills, he looked good in the back-pedal, \r\nhe looked good catching the ball, he's just a natural football player. \r\nThat's exciting when you are talking about the tailback position because it \r\nrequires so many different skills. We think that we've got a real gem in \r\nKenny James.\r\n

\r\n
\r\n << Cory Jones: He's not yet joined the program. He'll come in with the varsity \r\non Friday, and we think that he's going to be a big-time asset to our \r\nprogram. We eagerly anticipate Cory joining the program.\r\n

\r\n
\r\n << Robin Kezirian: He grew up on a ranch and showed up with a bunch of raisins, \r\nand the coaches have never had it so good. We are very excited to have \r\nRobin here. He played offense and defensive line. Robin is another diverse \r\nathlete who can run a little bit. In a quality recruiting class, you'd like \r\nto have four to five offensive linemen. We think we've got four great \r\noffensive linemen, and Robin is one of those.\r\n

\r\n
\r\n << Donny Mateaki: A great looking young man. I think he can be a real asset to \r\nour defensive front, if not right away then certainly in the future. Donny \r\nis a classic defensive front guy. We think that he's got a tremendous \r\nfuture.\r\n

\r\n
\r\n << Dan Milsten: He is a bonafide defensive line prospect. You put Mateaki and \r\nMilsten together, and we think we've done some great things for the future \r\nof our front.\r\n

\r\n
\r\n << Nathan Rhodes: He introduced himself last night as a guy that loves football \r\nand loves to eat. Both are very obvious. He's about 6-7, 320 pounds, just \r\na huge young man. It'll take a little while to get him into great shape, \r\nbut he ran around pretty well today and caught the ball pretty well today. \r\nJust a very, very natural athlete. He kind of jumped onto the scene last \r\nyear after the combines because he performed so well. He grew up with his \r\ngrandparents and tears were flowing as the grandmother and grandfather left. \r\n We think we've got ourselves a big-time offensive tackle of the future.\r\n

\r\n
\r\n << Nate Robinson: Obviously a much heralded local player, and if day one is any \r\nindication he did not disappoint. As natural of a young man as you'll ever \r\nsee. He just looks like he fell off the truck doing it. He caught punts at \r\nthe end of practice today and it looks like he's been doing it for 100 \r\nyears. He catches the ball well, he back-pedals well. He's just a very, \r\nvery gifted young man. If he stays focused, there's no telling what he can \r\naccomplish in his time here at the University of Washington. Certainly \r\nthere is a lot of basketball in his blood, and we don't want to dissuade him \r\nfrom that. Lorenzo Romar and I have talked about him a number of times, and \r\nwe both agree that he can help both of our programs and so we're going to do \r\nthat. It's going to be fun for me, as a basketball fan, to watch him play, \r\nand hopefully Lorenzo feels the same way about watching him play football.\r\n

\r\n
\r\n << Shelton Sampson: A gifted young man. You can just tell how fast he is. He \r\nis just really, really wired for speed. He is going to be a very explosive \r\nplayer. Shelton is another guy that can play a number of positions. He \r\nwants to be a tailback and we're certainly going to give him that \r\nopportunity, but he can play a number of places and be an impact guy. Those \r\nare the kind of fun problems for a coach to have.\r\n

\r\n
\r\n << Jordan Slye: We've got him lined up right now as a free safety. He can \r\nprobably line up at wide receiver or line up at quarterback and look pretty \r\nnatural. He's very smooth and makes things look effortless. He's a very \r\nwiry, a very skilled player. I'm really looking forward to watching and \r\nmoving the chess pieces around into positions where they can impact the game \r\nin a very efficient fashion.\r\n

\r\n
\r\n << Isaiah Stanback: I obviously had a lot of wonderful things to say about him \r\nafter we finished recruiting him, and I still feel that way. Just a natural \r\nplayer. He's got lots to learn about playing the position of quarterback \r\nand lots of fundamental things that can be worked on and so forth, but if \r\nyou give me and Coach Axman a guy like him with those natural tools, you've \r\ngot a chance to put together a masterpiece. I'm excited about watching him \r\nevolve in our program.\r\n

\r\n
\r\n << Felix Sweetman: He is a neat kid that will help us with our depth at \r\nquarterback and service the practice field. Felix is a Johnny-on-the-spot \r\nguy ready to go. His sister is a manager in the program, so it's a family \r\naffair. The \"Cat\" is ready.\r\n

\r\n
\r\n << Kim Taylor: Kim is another neat story in that he had to wait an entire year \r\nto get here. He was in our recruiting class from a year ago, was unable to \r\nreach the NCAA minimums, kept working, and in his last opportunity got his \r\ntest score up to a place where now he can become our partial qualifier. He \r\nis a great kid. Nobody understands how fortunate they are to be here until \r\nthey are faced with an alternative plan, so Kim understands how good of a \r\ndeal this is. He's very eager to please and get started.\r\n

\r\n
\r\n << Clay Walker: Was the offensive lineman of the year in the state of Arizona. \r\nHe is a great looking young man. We think that he's going to be a \r\ntremendous asset to our program.\r\n

\r\n
\r\n << Scott White: A very gifted kid. He was one of those guys that came on an \r\nearly visit last year and committed in December and then became like a \r\ncoach. He called me almost on a daily basis to see who was in and who \r\nwasn't and so-forth. He has natural leadership skills. He's obviously very \r\nskilled moving laterally. I think he's going to be a quality linebacker. \r\nThe other thing that's intriguing about him is that he has the make-up and \r\nthe natural ability to be a fullback for us, but right now he's going to be \r\na linebacker. We're glad that he's come to the University of Washington.\r\n

\r\n
\r\nNotes:\r\n

\r\nWalkin' in Montlake: There were four walk-ons that participated today: Scott \r\nBallew, Ryan Campbell, Eric Hass, and Felix Sweetman. Because of roster \r\nlimitations, the rest of the walk-ons won't be able to join the team until \r\nthe Monday following the first game of the season, when the roster size is \r\nincreased to 105.\r\n

\r\nCenter of Attention: The graduation of center Kyle Benn and move of \r\nsophomore Dan Dicks to guard has left a lack of depth at the center \r\nposition. Today Neuheisel stated that he is going to give Stanley Daniels, \r\nClay Walker, and Robin Kezirian all a chance to play center. \"We will find \r\nout who's the most natural center through the course of our drills, and make \r\nthat determination at a later date,\" said Neuheisel.\r\n

\r\nE.T. Returns: Neuheisel said today that after having a conversation with \r\nCharles Frederick last week, he has decided to give the athletic Floridian \r\nanother chance to return to the University of Washington.\r\n

\r\n\"Charles is going to return, and I'm going to watch carefully his progress \r\nin the first two weeks of camp and go from there,\" said Neuheisel of the \r\nsophomore receiver. \"There are two issues with Charles. One is his \r\ncommitment to football. It's easy to say one thing and your actions \r\ndemonstrate maybe another. And number two, I want to watch closely his \r\nrelationship with the rest of our football team. I think Charles would \r\nmaybe be the first to tel l you that there is some repairing to do with \r\nrelationships. I don't want any one person on our football team to be a \r\ndevise influence, it's not worth it. It's up to Charles to make sure that \r\neveryone is excited that he's on the team. The way to do that is for him to \r\nbe very consistent and to show that he is as committed, if not more so, than \r\nthe next guy.\r\n

\r\nReady or Not: When asked about which players would likely have a chance to \r\nplay early in their Husky careers, Neuheisel had this to say: \"I'm hoping \r\nthat Eddie Jackson is going to contribute right away. When you go and get \r\njunior college players, you foresee a need for them. I'm also hopeful that \r\nwe are at the point in our program where we won't need freshmen to play. \r\nThere's a need and there's ready. There may be one or two or three or four \r\nguys who just burst onto the scene and you can't keep them off the field \r\nbecause they are so ready, but that remains to be seen.\"\r\n

\r\nWho said it was Two-a-Days: While still recovering from injuries, Justin \r\nRobbins, Pat Reddick, Kai Ellis, and Derrick Johnson will all only practice \r\nonly once a day during two-a-days, Neuheisel said, to avoid too much of a \r\npounding and, in turn, let their bodies heal.\r\n

\r\nKai Update: Kai Ellis sat out spring ball while recovering from two swollen \r\nknees. Neuheisel said updated his condition today: \"There has been no \r\nswelling in the knee in the past six weeks. There have been no flare-ups. \r\nWe are going to use caution and do everything we can to continue for that to \r\nbe the case.\"\r\n

\r\nHome is where the Heart Is: After three years at Evergreen State College, \r\nthe Huskies will conduct its fall camp at the University of Washington this \r\nyear. It's a change of scenery that Coach Neuheisel says has it's \r\nadvantages and disadvantages.\r\n

\r\n\"We had a great experience at Evergreen. Unfortunately last year we got \r\ncaught in some bad weather and the field was just not ready. Who could \r\nexpect it to be during the deluge. It was just a downpour for a number of \r\ndays. If that were to occur this year, obviously our field is much better \r\noff given the field turf to handle that, not to mention the indoor practice \r\nfacility. That, coupled with our meeting rooms being done and all the ease \r\nof not having to travel, makes more sense to be here. The downside is that \r\nwe are going to miss the camaraderie that is almost forced to happen when \r\nyou are stuck with one another and there is not much to do off the football \r\nfield. Here there is much more familiar surroundings. If they've got free \r\ntime, there is not much to keep them from going some place. We're going to \r\ntry to encourage that they stay together and that stay on campus so we don't \r\nlose the camaraderie here.\"","mobileBody":" : \"I think there is great athleticism. We thought we had a very athletic group coming in, and they did not disappoint. In the myriad of drills we put them through today, we thought there was going to be great speed. We put them through their paces, and alternated between big guy drills and little guy drills. After watching it, we are very impressed with a number of guys.\"



























Walkin' in Montlake: There were four walk-ons that participated today: Scott Ballew, Ryan Campbell, Eric Hass, and Felix Sweetman. Because of roster limitations, the rest of the walk-ons won't be able to join the team until the Monday following the first game of the season, when the roster size is increased to 105.

The graduation of center Kyle Benn and move of sophomore Dan Dicks to guard has left a lack of depth at the center position. Today Neuheisel stated that he is going to give Stanley Daniels, Clay Walker, and Robin Kezirian all a chance to play center. \"We will find out who's the most natural center through the course of our drills, and make that determination at a later date,\" said Neuheisel.

Neuheisel said today that after having a conversation with Charles Frederick last week, he has decided to give the athletic Floridian another chance to return to the University of Washington.

\"Charles is going to return, and I'm going to watch carefully his progress in the first two weeks of camp and go from there,\" said Neuheisel of the sophomore receiver. \"There are two issues with Charles. One is his commitment to football. It's easy to say one thing and your actions demonstrate maybe another. And number two, I want to watch closely his relationship with the rest of our football team. I think Charles would maybe be the first to tel l you that there is some repairing to do with relationships. I don't want any one person on our football team to be a devise influence, it's not worth it. It's up to Charles to make sure that everyone is excited that he's on the team. The way to do that is for him to be very consistent and to show that he is as committed, if not more so, than the next guy.

When asked about which players would likely have a chance to play early in their Husky careers, Neuheisel had this to say: \"I'm hoping that Eddie Jackson is going to contribute right away. When you go and get junior college players, you foresee a need for them. I'm also hopeful that we are at the point in our program where we won't need freshmen to play. There's a need and there's ready. There may be one or two or three or four guys who just burst onto the scene and you can't keep them off the field because they are so ready, but that remains to be seen.\"

While still recovering from injuries, Justin Robbins, Pat Reddick, Kai Ellis, and Derrick Johnson will all only practice only once a day during two-a-days, Neuheisel said, to avoid too much of a pounding and, in turn, let their bodies heal.

Kai Ellis sat out spring ball while recovering from two swollen knees. Neuheisel said updated his condition today: \"There has been no swelling in the knee in the past six weeks. There have been no flare-ups. We are going to use caution and do everything we can to continue for that to be the case.\"

After three years at Evergreen State College, the Huskies will conduct its fall camp at the University of Washington this year. It's a change of scenery that Coach Neuheisel says has it's advantages and disadvantages.

\"We had a great experience at Evergreen. Unfortunately last year we got caught in some bad weather and the field was just not ready. Who could expect it to be during the deluge. It was just a downpour for a number of days. If that were to occur this year, obviously our field is much better off given the field turf to handle that, not to mention the indoor practice facility. That, coupled with our meeting rooms being done and all the ease of not having to travel, makes more sense to be here. The downside is that we are going to miss the camaraderie that is almost forced to happen when you are stuck with one another and there is not much to do off the football field. Here there is much more familiar surroundings. If they've got free time, there is not much to keep them from going some place. We're going to try to encourage that they stay together and that stay on campus so we don't lose the camaraderie here.\"","skipOnMobile":true,"media":[],"dateOverride":"2002-08-07T17:32:00","authorOverride":"JOE KAISER
Associate Editor Sports Washington","role":"","isPremium":true,"isHotNews":false,"isRumor":false,"syndicationFlag":true,"isClassified":true,"hotNamesLinked":true,"storyImage":"[MEDIA:40756] - [MEDIA:40757]","mainImage":{},"thumbnailImage":"","heroImage":{},"authorImage":"","tags":[{"id":"9850","name":"Texas - Football"},{"id":"573","name":"Stanford"},{"id":"376","name":"Texas"},{"id":"574","name":"UCLA"},{"id":"10010","name":"UCLA - Football"},{"id":"10008","name":"Stanford - Football"},{"id":"10016","name":"Washington - Football"},{"id":"696","name":"Notre Dame"},{"id":"569","name":"California"},{"id":"10000","name":"California - Football"},{"id":"9931","name":"Notre Dame - Football"},{"id":"577","name":"Washington"}],"nodes":["305656","305662","305640","305667","290670","290668","305649","305654","305642","305641","290672","305658","305630","305643","305665","290681","290671","9751","306331","306181","306477","305628","669","704","731","734","735","737","1554","1645","306167","306455","306555","379526"],"isActive":true,"inActiveAndMemberHasPublishRights":false,"createdOn":"2002-08-07T17:42:55.693","createdById":"43","modifiedOn":"2002-09-30T19:45:30.117","modifiedBy":"43","imgs":[],"viewStats":[{"from":"2015-04-06T00:00:00","to":"2015-04-06T01:00:00","count":4},{"from":"2015-04-10T10:00:00","to":"2015-04-10T11:00:00","count":4},{"from":"2015-04-11T10:00:00","to":"2015-04-11T11:00:00","count":4}],"hasVideo":false,"brandUnsafe":false,"breakingNews":false},"editorsChoice":{"siteUrls":["http://www.scout.com/story/1683187-the-ultimate-app-for-husky-fans?s=147","http://www.scout.com/fantasy/story/1621333-scout-college-bowl-pick-em-contest","http://www.scout.com/college/washington/story/1622440-video-lorenzo-romar-post-game-montana","http://www.scout.com/college/washington/story/1622241-dawgmanradio-recruiting-update-12-12"],"networkUrls":["http://www.scout.com/fantasy/story/1735406-week-13-s-biggest-bonehead-move","http://www.scout.com/nfl/vikings/story/1735429-zimmer-i-let-awful-lot-people-down","http://www.scout.com/story/1735802-ex-nfl-star-poses-huge-toys-r-us-receipt","http://www.scout.com/story/1734602-bowl-game-matchups-who-s-going-where"],"pinnedStory":"http://www.scout.com/story/1734989-special-ticket-offer-for-premium-members","topRibbonWidgets":["http://washington.scout.com/topic/players?type=videos&start=0&category=%22Football%20Recruiting%22&classYear=%222015%22&mediaTag=%22Spotlight%20Video%22&team=%22Washington%22&minimumInterest=%22Verbal%22"],"carouselStoryUrls":["http://www.scout.com/college/washington/story/1735922-williams-goss-leads-no-8-gonzaga-over-uw","http://www.scout.com/college/washington/story/1735690-recruiting-blog-12-7","http://www.scout.com/college/washington/story/1735624-dawgman-com-season-awards-receiver","http://www.scout.com/college/washington/story/1735194-cohen-talks-peach-bowl-scheduling","http://www.scout.com/college/washington/story/1735257-recruiting-blog-12-6"],"storyStreamUrls":[],"storyStreamBlacklistUrls":[],"videoStories":[{"type":"StorySummary","containerType":"StorySummary","id":"1735297","siteId":"194","isPublicSite":true,"subdomain":"collegefootball","canonicalUrl":"http://collegefootball.scout.com/story/1735297-inside-the-matchup-washington-vs-alabama","shortUrl":"http://collegefootball.scout.com/story/1735297-inside-the-matchup-washington-vs-alabama","siteName":"Scout CFB","forumName":"","friendlySubdomain":"College Football","title":"Inside the Matchup: Washington vs Alabama","subtitle":"","seotitle":"Inside the Matchup: Peach Bowl Washington vs Alabama","caption":"","deck":"The Huskies and Crimson Tide battle it out for a spot in the CFP National Championship.","dateOverride":"2016-12-06T08:16:29-08:00","authorOverride":"Jonathan Kahn","role":"Editor","isActive":true,"isPremium":false,"isHotNews":false,"isRumor":false,"syndicationFlag":true,"isClassified":false,"hotNamesLinked":false,"storyImage":"http://img.scout.com/sites/default/files/styles/primary_image/public/2016/12/06/Peach%20Bowl%20Washington%20vs%20Alabama.jpeg","mainImage":{"uuid":"bfc8a51e-6f48-481e-b5d8-36b3a934a39f","url":"http://img.scout.com/sites/default/files/2016/12/06/Peach%20Bowl%20Washington%20vs%20Alabama.jpeg","title":"Inside the Matchup: Washington vs Alabama","alt":"","focalPointX":50,"focalPointY":50,"width":1920,"height":1080},"thumbnailImage":"","heroImage":{"uuid":"bfc8a51e-6f48-481e-b5d8-36b3a934a39f","url":"http://img.scout.com/sites/default/files/2016/12/06/Peach%20Bowl%20Washington%20vs%20Alabama.jpeg","title":"Inside the Matchup: Washington vs Alabama","alt":"","focalPointX":50,"focalPointY":50,"width":1920,"height":1080},"authorImage":"http://img.scout.com/sites/default/files/styles/author/public/2016/09/22/JK_01_Solo_Open_01.00_00_00_01.Still001.jpg","boost":0,"skipOnMobile":false,"primaryVideo":"http://widgets.boxxspring.com/MzAsNDA1ODQ5NDM","hasVideo":true,"primaryVideoSummary":{"id":"MzAsNDA1ODQ5NDM","name":"Inside the Matchup: Peach Bowl Washington vs Alabama","uri":"http://widgets.boxxspring.com/MzAsNDA1ODQ5NDM","thumbnailUri":"http://pictures.boxxspring.net/pictures/2210809","externalId":"40584943","publishDate":"2016-12-06T16:23:55.029275Z","durationMilliseconds":91000,"tags":[],"preferredMobileUri":"http://videos.boxxspring.com/hls_998a7a87ac3a1573ff88aa7b4b4b24d2.m3u8","height":0,"width":0,"caption":"Inside the Matchup: Peach Bowl Washington vs Alabama"},"offsiteStories":[],"breakingNews":false},{"type":"StorySummary","containerType":"StorySummary","id":"1735059","siteId":"147","isPublicSite":true,"subdomain":"washington","canonicalUrl":"http://washington.scout.com/story/1735059-romar-expects-toughest-test-so-far-wednesday","shortUrl":"http://washington.scout.com/story/1735059-romar-expects-toughest-test-so-far-wednesday","siteName":"Dawgman.com","forumName":"","friendlySubdomain":"Washington","title":"Romar expects toughest test so far Wednesday","subtitle":"","seotitle":"Romar expects toughest test so far Wednesday","caption":"","deck":"Washington Head Coach Lorenzo Romar expects the Hoop Dawgs' stiffest test to date Wednesday when the Huskies (4-3) head east to Spokane to take on the No. 8 Gonzaga Bulldogs (8-0). The game is at 8 pm and will air live on ESPN2.","dateOverride":"2016-12-05T14:11:30-08:00","authorOverride":"Chris Fetters","role":"Dawgman.com Editor","isActive":true,"isPremium":true,"isHotNews":false,"isRumor":false,"syndicationFlag":true,"isClassified":false,"hotNamesLinked":false,"storyImage":"http://img.scout.com/sites/default/files/styles/primary_image/public/2016/12/05/Romar1280.jpg","mainImage":{"uuid":"35aeb45d-8339-4b22-afd5-8c51ab4e574b","url":"http://img.scout.com/sites/default/files/2016/12/05/Romar1280.jpg","title":"Lorenzo Romar (Dawgman.com)","alt":"","credit":"Dawgman.com","focalPointX":49,"focalPointY":44,"width":1280,"height":720},"thumbnailImage":"","heroImage":{"uuid":"35aeb45d-8339-4b22-afd5-8c51ab4e574b","url":"http://img.scout.com/sites/default/files/2016/12/05/Romar1280.jpg","title":"Lorenzo Romar (Dawgman.com)","alt":"","credit":"Dawgman.com","focalPointX":49,"focalPointY":44,"width":1280,"height":720},"authorImage":"http://img.scout.com/sites/default/files/styles/author/public/avatar/2014-04-28%2018.11.06.jpg","boost":0,"skipOnMobile":false,"primaryVideo":"http://widgets.boxxspring.com/MzAsNDA1ODE2NDM","hasVideo":true,"primaryVideoSummary":{"id":"MzAsNDA1ODE2NDM","name":"Washington Head Coach Lorenzo Romar Monday media briefing - Gonzaga","uri":"http://widgets.boxxspring.com/MzAsNDA1ODE2NDM","thumbnailUri":"http://pictures.boxxspring.net/pictures/2210256","externalId":"40581643","publishDate":"2016-12-05T22:50:54.498017Z","durationMilliseconds":1186000,"tags":["Washington Huskies Men's Basketball"],"preferredMobileUri":"http://videos.boxxspring.com/1080p_54127e88bb5c8e1967be27bcb4b86f05.mp4","height":0,"width":0,"caption":"Washington Head Coach Lorenzo Romar Monday media briefing - Gonzaga"},"offsiteStories":[],"breakingNews":false},{"type":"StorySummary","containerType":"StorySummary","id":"1735061","siteId":"147","isPublicSite":true,"subdomain":"washington","canonicalUrl":"http://washington.scout.com/story/1735061-thybulle-happy-gonzaga-series-is-back-on","shortUrl":"http://washington.scout.com/story/1735061-thybulle-happy-gonzaga-series-is-back-on","siteName":"Dawgman.com","forumName":"","friendlySubdomain":"Washington","title":"Thybulle happy Gonzaga series is back on","subtitle":"","seotitle":"Thybulle happy Gonzaga series is back on","caption":"","deck":"As a local basketball player, Washington sophomore Matisse Thybulle is happy the Washington/Gonzaga series is back on. The Huskies (4-3) travel east Wednesday to face the No. 8 Bulldogs, the team Thybulle spurned to stay home and play for the Huskies.","dateOverride":"2016-12-05T14:16:25-08:00","authorOverride":"Chris Fetters","role":"Dawgman.com Editor","isActive":true,"isPremium":true,"isHotNews":false,"isRumor":false,"syndicationFlag":true,"isClassified":false,"hotNamesLinked":false,"storyImage":"http://img.scout.com/sites/default/files/styles/primary_image/public/2016/12/05/Thybulle1280.jpg","mainImage":{"uuid":"70eef588-6443-4c30-b136-88ea12d9e3a0","url":"http://img.scout.com/sites/default/files/2016/12/05/Thybulle1280.jpg","title":"Matisse Thybulle (Dawgman.com)","alt":"","credit":"Dawgman.com","focalPointX":46,"focalPointY":43,"width":1280,"height":720},"thumbnailImage":"","heroImage":{"uuid":"70eef588-6443-4c30-b136-88ea12d9e3a0","url":"http://img.scout.com/sites/default/files/2016/12/05/Thybulle1280.jpg","title":"Matisse Thybulle (Dawgman.com)","alt":"","credit":"Dawgman.com","focalPointX":46,"focalPointY":43,"width":1280,"height":720},"authorImage":"http://img.scout.com/sites/default/files/styles/author/public/avatar/2014-04-28%2018.11.06.jpg","boost":0,"skipOnMobile":false,"primaryVideo":"http://widgets.boxxspring.com/MzAsNDA1ODE2Mzk","hasVideo":true,"primaryVideoSummary":{"id":"MzAsNDA1ODE2Mzk","name":"Washington Forward Matisse Thybulle Monday media briefing - Gonzaga","uri":"http://widgets.boxxspring.com/MzAsNDA1ODE2Mzk","thumbnailUri":"http://pictures.boxxspring.net/pictures/2210242","externalId":"40581639","publishDate":"2016-12-05T22:35:21.258246Z","durationMilliseconds":446000,"tags":["Washington Huskies Men's Basketball"],"preferredMobileUri":"http://videos.boxxspring.com/1080p_0574e63decbb5bdd1d37ff3168927ac4.mp4","height":0,"width":0,"caption":"Washington Forward Matisse Thybulle Monday media briefing - Gonzaga"},"offsiteStories":[],"breakingNews":false},{"type":"StorySummary","containerType":"StorySummary","id":"1735148","siteId":"194","isPublicSite":true,"subdomain":"collegefootball","siteFolder":"/college/football","canonicalUrl":"http://www.scout.com/college/football/story/1735148-most-watched-pac-12-football-games-of-2016","shortUrl":"http://collegefootball.scout.com/story/1735148-most-watched-pac-12-football-games-of-2016","siteName":"Scout CFB","forumName":"","friendlySubdomain":"College Football","title":"Most-watched Pac-12 football games of 2016","subtitle":"","seotitle":"Most-watched Pac-12 football games of 2016","caption":"","deck":"The highest-rated televised game of 2016 involving a Pac-12 team happened on the first Saturday of the season.","dateOverride":"2016-12-06T11:22:16-08:00","authorOverride":"Mike Olson","role":"Managing Editor","isActive":true,"isPremium":false,"isHotNews":false,"isRumor":false,"syndicationFlag":true,"isClassified":false,"hotNamesLinked":false,"storyImage":"http://img.scout.com/sites/default/files/styles/primary_image/public/2016/12/05/Camera%20man.jpg","mainImage":{"uuid":"6fd12b5f-9aa4-4cb9-99d3-db1098e3dfb8","url":"http://img.scout.com/sites/default/files/2016/12/05/Camera%20man.jpg","title":"camera man","alt":"","focalPointX":50,"focalPointY":50,"width":3715,"height":2266},"thumbnailImage":"","heroImage":{"uuid":"6fd12b5f-9aa4-4cb9-99d3-db1098e3dfb8","url":"http://img.scout.com/sites/default/files/2016/12/05/Camera%20man.jpg","title":"camera man","alt":"","focalPointX":50,"focalPointY":50,"width":3715,"height":2266},"authorImage":"","boost":0,"skipOnMobile":true,"primaryVideo":"http://widgets.boxxspring.com/MzAsNDA1ODUyNjQ","hasVideo":true,"primaryVideoSummary":{"id":"MzAsNDA1ODUyNjQ","name":"Most watched Pac12 of 2016","uri":"http://widgets.boxxspring.com/MzAsNDA1ODUyNjQ","thumbnailUri":"http://pictures.boxxspring.net/pictures/2210956","externalId":"40585264","publishDate":"2016-12-06T19:02:07.929468Z","tags":[],"height":0,"width":0,"caption":"Most watched Pac12 of 2016"},"offsiteStories":[{"nid":"171987","siteId":"128","title":"What Was the Most Watched Duck Game in 2016?","seotitle":"If viewership drives the football programs, then the Ducks need to schedule more Big-10 teams","mainImage":{"uuid":"408059ab-b497-4fff-9ae5-d0cb2cdde311","url":"http://img.scout.com/sites/default/files/stories/365628.jpg","title":"Oregon Ducks take the field against Washington.","alt":"","description":"Oregon defreated Washington for the twelfth straight time on Oct. 17, 2015 at Husky Stadium in Seattle, by the score ow 26-20.","credit":"Rich Kolbell","focalPointX":50,"focalPointY":50,"width":1280,"height":720},"deck":"If television is the driving force in football scheduling, then the Oregon Ducks would do well to schedule more Big 10 teams, at least that is what a post on Sports Media Watch an online site that follows Neilson ratings indicates. In 2016, according to a list compiled by SPW, Oregon's game with Nebraska, was the fourth most watched game in the Pac-12 this season. The SMW list does not include Pac-12 Network games, on those contests carried on ABC, ESPN, ESPN2,ESPNU, Fox and FS1. Of the 50 games on the list, the Ducks played in five of those game The Nebraska game with 3.786 million viewers was the most watched and the Oregon-USC game with 1.47 million viewers was the least watched of the five games. The Oregon-USC game was ranked No. 23 on the list of 50."},{"nid":"172026","siteId":"166","seotitle":"Two Cal games rank in top 20 of Pac-12 TV ratings in 2016"}],"breakingNews":false},{"type":"StorySummary","containerType":"StorySummary","id":"1735095","siteId":"194","isPublicSite":true,"subdomain":"collegefootball","siteFolder":"/college/football","canonicalUrl":"http://www.scout.com/college/football/story/1735095-highest-scoring-college-football-teams","shortUrl":"http://collegefootball.scout.com/story/1735095-highest-scoring-college-football-teams","siteName":"Scout CFB","forumName":"","friendlySubdomain":"College Football","title":"Highest Scoring College Football Teams","subtitle":"","seotitle":"Highest Scoring College Football Teams","caption":"","deck":"Check which teams have the highest scoring offenses in all of college football.","dateOverride":"2016-12-05T15:51:03-08:00","authorOverride":"Jonathan Kahn","role":"Editor","isActive":true,"isPremium":false,"isHotNews":false,"isRumor":false,"syndicationFlag":true,"isClassified":false,"hotNamesLinked":false,"storyImage":"http://img.scout.com/sites/default/files/styles/primary_image/public/2016/12/05/2210322.jpeg","mainImage":{"uuid":"6efbeb98-a9d7-4431-8207-8793583f0073","url":"http://img.scout.com/sites/default/files/2016/12/05/2210322.jpeg","title":"Highest Scoring CFB Teams","alt":"","focalPointX":50,"focalPointY":50,"width":1080,"height":1080},"thumbnailImage":"","heroImage":{"uuid":"6efbeb98-a9d7-4431-8207-8793583f0073","url":"http://img.scout.com/sites/default/files/2016/12/05/2210322.jpeg","title":"Highest Scoring CFB Teams","alt":"","focalPointX":50,"focalPointY":50,"width":1080,"height":1080},"authorImage":"http://img.scout.com/sites/default/files/styles/author/public/2016/09/22/JK_01_Solo_Open_01.00_00_00_01.Still001.jpg","boost":0,"skipOnMobile":false,"primaryVideo":"http://widgets.boxxspring.com/MzAsNDA1ODIyNzg","hasVideo":true,"primaryVideoSummary":{"id":"MzAsNDA1ODIyNzg","name":"Highest Scoring College Football Teams","uri":"http://widgets.boxxspring.com/MzAsNDA1ODIyNzg","thumbnailUri":"http://pictures.boxxspring.net/pictures/2210322","externalId":"40582278","publishDate":"2016-12-05T23:36:50.721183Z","tags":[],"preferredMobileUri":"http://videos.boxxspring.com/hls_9dab63441f11459aa6304993de680ca9.m3u8","height":0,"width":0,"caption":"Highest Scoring College Football Teams"},"offsiteStories":[],"breakingNews":false}]},"noteConfiguration":[{"id":"4","containerType":"TrendingForumSubThread","width":{"to":1},"height":2,"indexDateTimeUTC":"0001-01-01T00:00:00","tags":[],"statusCode":0},{"id":"0","containerType":"StorySummary","width":{"to":1},"height":1,"indexDateTimeUTC":"0001-01-01T00:00:00","tags":[],"statusCode":0},{"id":"1","containerType":"ForumSubThread","width":{"to":1},"height":1,"indexDateTimeUTC":"0001-01-01T00:00:00","tags":[],"statusCode":0},{"id":"2","containerType":"AdUnit","width":{"to":1},"height":1,"indexDateTimeUTC":"0001-01-01T00:00:00","tags":[],"statusCode":0},{"id":"3","containerType":"TrendingStorySummary","width":{"to":1},"height":1,"indexDateTimeUTC":"0001-01-01T00:00:00","tags":[],"statusCode":0}],"flags":[{"id":"show-club-activation-text","rule":"_.contains(['133', '138', '154', '155', '156'], siteId)"},{"id":"forums-editors-choice","rule":"true","ruleBool":true},{"id":"facebook-signin","rule":"true","ruleBool":true},{"id":"hide-clock","rule":"Date.now() >= new Date('2/4/2015')"},{"id":"proxy-api","rule":"true"},{"id":"disable-autoplay","rule":"(typeof(pagetype) != 'undefined' && pagetype == 'FrontPage' && [204, 143, 8, 73, 196, 194].indexOf(+siteId) == -1) || typeof(pagetype) != 'undefined' && pagetype == 'MessageBoard'"},{"id":"forum-comments","rule":"1","ruleFloat":1,"chance":1,"enabled":true},{"id":"one-domain","rule":"1","ruleFloat":1,"chance":1,"enabled":true},{"id":"warrior-tv","rule":"false","ruleBool":false},{"id":"outbrain","rule":"!_.contains(['532'], siteId)"},{"id":"block-ad-970x91-top","rule":"_.contains(['ForumTopics', 'Lobby', 'ForumTopicNew - new', 'ForumTopicNew - reply', 'ForumPrivateMailbox', 'ForumPrivateMessage', 'ForumPrivateMailboxSendTo', 'ForumPrivateMailboxReply'], viewType)"},{"id":"imgx-compression","rule":"true","ruleBool":true},{"id":"include-addthis","rule":"false","ruleBool":false},{"id":"vote-forums","rule":"true","ruleBool":true},{"id":"topic-embed-tool","rule":"screen == 'Desktop'"},{"id":"block-ads","rule":"_.contains(['333'], siteId)"},{"id":"block-ad-1x1","rule":"[143, 73, 75, 537, 532, 78, 12, 15, 540, 570, 156, 194, 238, 333, 14, 518, 106, 43, 10, 454, 334, 239, 6, 335, 44, 336, 165, 337, 455, 368, 512, 338, 166, 45, 340, 428, 341, 46, 148, 132, 342, 456, 429, 457, 430, 458, 167, 420, 47, 343, 459, 460, 168, 445, 546, 446, 16, 431, 164, 517, 433, 432, 135, 543, 241, 140, 130, 449, 219, 215, 205, 169, 461, 170, 462, 8, 171, 172, 173, 344, 48, 434, 345, 107, 347, 17, 415, 108, 174, 435, 350, 13, 348, 162, 175, 349, 176, 177, 136, 19, 463, 240, 204, 351, 203, 242, 464, 178, 564, 352, 465, 353, 179, 109, 354, 145, 146, 181, 515, 128, 182, 157, 210, 141, 425, 180, 444, 355, 436, 183, 438, 443, 439, 437, 356, 199, 513, 440, 357, 466, 184, 467, 358, 359, 18, 185, 187, 360, 186, 7, 110, 514, 511, 188, 361, 363, 202, 362, 364, 339, 346, 86, 365, 208, 366, 510, 189, 441, 190, 516, 191, 192, 147, 137, 468, 226, 159, 469, 193, 367, 442].indexOf(+siteId) == -1"},{"id":"forum-lobby-video","rule":"screen == 'Desktop' && [538, 532, 541].indexOf(+siteId) > -1"},{"id":"premium-annual-member-check","rule":"true","ruleBool":true},{"id":"story-card-video","rule":"typeof(pagetype) != 'undefined' && pagetype == 'MessageBoard'"},{"id":"carousel-forum-lobby","rule":"!_.contains(['541'], siteId)"},{"id":"scout-widget-mobile","rule":"true"},{"id":"editors-choice","rule":"siteId != 542"},{"id":"new-recruiting-hq","rule":"true"},{"id":"use-classic-forums-link","rule":"false","ruleBool":false},{"id":"show-theme-classic-new-switch","rule":"[6,7,8,10,12,13,14,15,17,18,19,21,24,25,37,43,44,45,46,47,48,61,62,63,64,65,66,68,69,70,73,75,77,78,86,87,93,101,102,106,107,108,109,110,112,113,114,115,116,117,118,119,120,121,122,123,124,126,127,128,130,131,132,133,135,136,137,138,140,141,142,143,145,146,147,148,149,153,154,155,156,157,159,161,162,163,164,165,166,167,168,169,170,171,172,173,174,175,177,178,179,180,181,183,184,185,186,187,188,189,190,191,192,193,194,196,197,199,201,202,203,204,205,207,208,210,215,220,222,224,225,226,228,230,232,234,235,236,238,239,240,241,242,243,244,245,246,248,249,250,251,252,254,255,256,258,259,260,261,262,263,264,265,266,267,268,269,270,271,272,273,274,275,276,277,279,280,281,282,283,284,285,286,287,288,289,290,291,292,293,294,296,297,298,300,301,302,303,304,305,306,307,308,310,311,312,313,314,315,317,318,320,321,322,323,325,326,327,328,329,330,331,332,333,334,335,336,337,338,339,340,341,342,343,344,345,346,347,348,349,350,351,352,353,354,355,356,357,358,359,361,362,363,364,365,366,367,368,369,370,374,376,379,380,381,382,383,384,385,386,387,388,389,390,391,392,393,394,395,396,397,398,399,400,401,402,403,404,405,406,407,408,409,410,411,412,413,414,415,419,420,425,428,429,430,431,432,433,434,435,436,437,438,439,440,441,442,443,444,445,446,449,451,452,454,455,456,457,458,459,460,461,462,463,464,465,466,467,469,473,508,510,511,512,513,514,515,516,517,518,521,522,526,527,528,529,530,531,532,533,534,535,536,537,538,540,541,543,544,545,546,547,548,549,550,551,552,553,554,555,556,557,558,559,560,561,562,563,565,567].indexOf(+siteId) > -1"},{"id":"outbrain-footer","rule":"_.contains(['Lobby', 'ForumTopics', 'ForumThread', 'ForumThread - Message', 'ForumThread - ScrollTarget'], viewType) && _.contains(['Desktop', 'Tablet', 'Phone'], screen)"},{"id":"avery-strong","rule":"false","ruleBool":false},{"id":"updatebar","rule":"false","ruleBool":false},{"id":"new-nav-cider-network-menu","rule":"true","ruleBool":true},{"id":"enable-autoplay-carousel","rule":"(typeof(pagetype) != 'undefined' && _.contains(['FrontPage', 'MessageBoard'], pagetype) && screen == 'Desktop' && [6, 7, 8, 12, 13, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 24, 25, 43, 44, 46, 47, 48, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 68, 69, 70, 71, 73, 75, 77, 78, 101, 102, 106, 107, 109, 110, 112, 113, 115, 116, 117, 119, 120, 122, 123, 124, 125, 126, 127, 128, 135, 136, 137, 138, 140, 141, 143, 145, 146, 147, 148, 149, 153, 154, 155, 157, 159, 162, 164, 165, 166, 167, 168, 169, 170, 171, 172, 173, 174, 175, 176, 177, 178, 180, 181, 182, 183, 184, 185, 186, 187, 188, 189, 190, 191, 192, 193, 194, 196, 197, 199, 204, 215, 219, 239, 240, 243, 244, 334, 336, 338, 341, 342, 357, 358, 359, 360, 361, 365, 430, 441, 468, 510, 532, 537, 538, 541, 545, 551, 565, 566, 567, 569, 573, 576].indexOf(+siteId) > -1)"},{"id":"spotlight-videos-stories-as-photo","rule":"0","ruleFloat":0,"chance":0,"enabled":false},{"id":"home-stream","rule":"true","ruleBool":true},{"id":"auto-editors-choice","rule":"(Math.random() < 0.2 || siteId == '143') && siteId != '78'"},{"id":"block-ad-970x91","rule":"!_.contains(['156', '537'], siteId)"},{"id":"editable-network-menu","rule":"true","ruleBool":true},{"id":"topic-finder-widget-force-spotlight","rule":"true"},{"id":"new-player-detail","rule":"true"},{"id":"player-quick-view","rule":"true"},{"id":"search-forums","rule":"true"},{"id":"search-news","rule":"true"},{"id":"story-bottom-share","rule":"true","ruleBool":true},{"id":"topic-finder-video","rule":"false","ruleBool":false},{"id":"autoplay-toggle","rule":"[6, 7, 8, 12, 13, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 24, 25, 43, 44, 46, 47, 48, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 68, 69, 70, 71, 73, 75, 77, 78, 101, 102, 106, 107, 109, 110, 112, 113, 115, 116, 117, 119, 120, 122, 123, 124, 125, 126, 127, 128, 135, 136, 137, 138, 140, 141, 143, 145, 146, 147, 148, 149, 153, 154, 155, 157, 159, 162, 164, 165, 166, 167, 168, 169, 170, 171, 172, 173, 174, 175, 176, 177, 178, 180, 181, 182, 183, 184, 185, 186, 187, 188, 189, 190, 191, 192, 193, 194, 196, 197, 199, 204, 215, 219, 239, 240, 243, 244, 334, 336, 338, 341, 342, 357, 358, 359, 360, 361, 365, 430, 441, 468, 510, 532, 537, 538, 541, 545, 551, 565, 566, 567, 569, 571, 573, 576, 577].indexOf(+siteId) > -1"},{"id":"forum-board-video","rule":"screen == 'Desktop' && [538, 541].indexOf(+siteId) > -1"},{"id":"homepage-video","rule":"screen == 'Desktop' && [538, 541].indexOf(+siteId) > -1"},{"id":"spotlight-videos-stories","rule":"0","ruleFloat":0,"chance":0,"enabled":false},{"id":"player-detail-tags","rule":"1","ruleFloat":1,"chance":1,"enabled":true},{"id":"top-ribbon-widget","rule":"0","ruleFloat":0,"chance":0,"enabled":false},{"id":"new-story-page","rule":"1","ruleFloat":1,"chance":1,"enabled":true},{"id":"debug-cors","rule":"email == 'genebarrier@gmail.com'"},{"id":"update-avatar","rule":"true"},{"id":"video-only-carousel","rule":"false","ruleBool":false},{"id":"autoplay-mute","rule":"0","ruleFloat":0,"chance":0,"enabled":false},{"id":"upload-photos-enabled","rule":"[224].indexOf(+siteId) > -1","ruleBool":true,"sites":["7","8","14","15","16","18","46","109","145","146","162","168","175","177","179","181","204","215","224","355"]},{"id":"player-list-view-2","rule":"1","ruleFloat":1,"chance":1,"enabled":true},{"id":"partitioned-forums-index","rule":"true","ruleBool":true},{"id":"app-promo-interstitial","rule":"false","ruleBool":false},{"id":"forum-instertial-ads","rule":"true","ruleBool":true},{"id":"user-events","rule":"0.25","ruleFloat":0.25,"chance":0.25,"enabled":false},{"id":"merlin","rule":"1","ruleFloat":1,"chance":1,"enabled":true},{"id":"homestream-native-ad","rule":"!_.contains(['143','73','77','537', '570'], siteId)"},{"id":"upload-videos-enabled","rule":"[224].indexOf(+siteId) > -1","ruleBool":false,"sites":["224"]},{"id":"block-ad-970x91-superleaderboard-top","rule":"[571,572,570,204,73,196,8,194,143,155,567,197,545,77,168,171,219,48,107,17,175,146,183,188,110,190,148,532,243,25,61,62,112,127,75,541,537,565,551,14,106,43,334,239,44,336,165,338,166,341,46,342,430,167,47,16,164,135,140,215,169,170,172,173,174,13,162,176,136,19,240,178,109,145,181,128,182,157,141,180,199,357,184,358,359,18,185,187,360,186,7,12,365,510,189,191,192,566,147,137,468,193,153,138,154,538,126,123,149,101,113,115,63,125,64,65,66,68,69,70,120,71,156,551,530,177,15,6, 454].indexOf(+siteId) === -1"},{"id":"enable-autoplay-story","rule":"typeof(pagetype) != 'undefined' && _.contains(['StoryPage'], pagetype) && screen == 'Desktop'"},{"id":"forums-story-and-video-icons","rule":"true","ruleBool":true},{"id":"disable-get-story-threads","rule":"false","ruleBool":false},{"id":"march-madness","rule":"false","ruleBool":false},{"id":"get-verb-player-search","rule":"true"},{"id":"national-video-link","rule":"true"},{"id":"premium-user","rule":"!!isPM"},{"id":"double-native-ads","rule":"!_.contains(['143','73','77','537', '570'], siteId)"},{"id":"topic-quick-reply","rule":"true","ruleBool":true},{"id":"story-native-ad","rule":"true","ruleBool":true},{"id":"new-sidebar","rule":"true","ruleBool":true},{"id":"topstory","rule":"true","ruleBool":true},{"id":"new-login","rule":"true","ruleBool":true},{"id":"topstory-first-slot","rule":"false","ruleBool":false},{"id":"story-bottom-video","rule":"screen == 'Desktop' && [7, 8, 12, 13, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 24, 25, 43, 44, 46, 47, 48, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 68, 69, 70, 71, 73, 75, 77, 86, 101, 102, 106, 107, 109, 110, 112, 113, 115, 116, 117, 119, 120, 122, 123, 124, 125, 126, 127, 128, 130, 135, 136, 137, 138, 140, 141, 143, 145, 146, 147, 148, 149, 153, 154, 155, 157, 159, 162, 164, 165, 166, 167, 168, 169, 170, 171, 172, 173, 174, 175, 176, 177, 178, 180, 181, 182, 183, 184, 185, 186, 187, 188, 189, 190, 191, 192, 193, 194, 196, 197, 199, 204, 215, 219, 239, 240, 243, 244, 334, 336, 338, 341, 342, 355, 357, 358, 359, 360, 361, 365, 430, 441, 468, 510, 532, 537, 538, 541, 545, 551, 565, 566, 567, 569, 571, 573, 576, 577].indexOf(+siteId) > -1"}],"menu":{"key":"3365","name":"Site 147 Menu","url":"","weight":1,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"children":[{"key":"3366","name":"Forums\n","url":"","weight":0,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"children":[{"key":"3368","name":"Forums List\n","url":"http://www.[NETWORKHOST][Folder]/forums?s=[SiteID]","weight":0,"external":false,"sectionHead":false},{"key":"3369","name":"Hardcore Football\n","url":"http://www.[NETWORKHOST][Folder]/forums/5137-hardcore-football?s=[SiteID]","weight":1856,"external":false,"sectionHead":false},{"key":"3370","name":"Husky Football\n","url":"http://www.[NETWORKHOST][Folder]/forums/5448-husky-football?s=[SiteID]","weight":1857,"external":false,"sectionHead":false},{"key":"3371","name":"Hardcore Recruiting\n","url":"http://www.[NETWORKHOST][Folder]/forums/1365-hardcore-recruiting?s=[SiteID]","weight":1858,"external":false,"sectionHead":false},{"key":"3372","name":"Hardcore Basketball\n","url":"http://www.[NETWORKHOST][Folder]/forums/1364-hardcore-basketball?s=[SiteID]","weight":1859,"external":false,"sectionHead":false}]},{"key":"9610","name":"Football\n","weight":5,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"children":[{"key":"9611","name":"Stories\n","url":"http://www.[NETWORKHOST][Folder]/news?type=stories&sortBy=Date&site=[DomainName]&tag=[FOOTBALLNAME]%20-%20Football","weight":-4,"external":false,"sectionHead":false},{"key":"12760","name":"Stadium","url":"http://www.scout.com/stadium-journey/stadium/420-alaska-airlines-field-at-husky-stadium-washington-huskies","weight":0,"external":true,"sectionHead":false},{"key":"9612","name":"Roster\n","url":"http://www.[NETWORKHOST][Folder]/a.z?s=[SiteID]&p=8&c=2&nid=[FOOTBALLID]&yr=[YR_CFB_ROSTER]","weight":5,"external":false,"sectionHead":false},{"key":"9613","name":"Schedule\n","url":"http://www.[NETWORKHOST][Folder]/blip/fbschedule","weight":10,"external":false,"sectionHead":false},{"key":"9614","name":"Team Stats\n","url":"http://www.[NETWORKHOST][Folder]/a.z?s=[SiteID]&p=3&blipid=13747","weight":15,"external":false,"sectionHead":false}]},{"key":"3374","name":"FB Recruiting\n","url":"","weight":10,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"children":[{"key":"3375","name":"Prospects\n","url":"http://www.[NETWORKHOST][Folder]/[YR_CFB_RECRUITING]-football-prospects","weight":1862,"external":false,"sectionHead":false},{"key":"3376","name":"Visits\n","url":"http://www.[NETWORKHOST][Folder]/[YR_CFB_RECRUITING]-football-visits","weight":1863,"external":false,"sectionHead":false},{"key":"3377","name":"Commits\n","url":"http://www.[NETWORKHOST][Folder]/[YR_CFB_RECRUITING]-football-commits?minimumInterest=SoftVerbal","weight":1864,"external":false,"sectionHead":false},{"key":"3378","name":"Team Rankings\n","url":"http://www.[NETWORKHOST][Folder]/a.z?s=[SiteID]&p=9&c=14&yr=[YR_CFB_RECRUITING_TM_RANK]","weight":1865,"external":false,"sectionHead":false},{"key":"3379","name":"State Rankings\n","url":"http://www.[NETWORKHOST][Folder]/story/1696363-scout-2017-rankings-directory?s=[SiteID]","weight":1866,"external":false,"sectionHead":false},{"key":"3380","name":"Eligibility\n","url":"http://www.[NETWORKHOST][Folder]/a.z?s=[SiteID]&p=9&c=16&yr=[YR_CFB_RECRUITING_ELIG]","weight":1867,"external":false,"sectionHead":false}]},{"key":"9615","name":"Basketball\n","url":"","weight":15,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"children":[{"key":"9616","name":"Stories\n","url":"http://www.[NETWORKHOST][Folder]/news?type=stories&sortBy=Date&site=[DomainName]&tag=[MBASKETBALLNAME]%20-%20Basketball","weight":-4,"external":false,"sectionHead":false},{"key":"12761","name":"Arena","url":"http://www.scout.com/stadium-journey/stadium/809-alaska-airlines-arena-washington-huskies","weight":0,"external":true,"sectionHead":false},{"key":"9617","name":"Roster\n","url":"http://www.[NETWORKHOST][Folder]/a.z?s=[SiteID]&p=8&c=2&nid=[MBASKETBALLID]&yr=[YR_NCB_ROSTER]","weight":5,"external":false,"sectionHead":false},{"key":"9618","name":"Schedule\n","url":"http://www.[NETWORKHOST][Folder]/blip/bbschedule","weight":10,"external":false,"sectionHead":false},{"key":"9619","name":"Team Stats\n","url":"http://www.[NETWORKHOST][Folder]/a.z?s=[SiteID]&p=3&blipid=13754","weight":15,"external":false,"sectionHead":false}]},{"key":"3382","name":"BK Recruiting\n","url":"","weight":20,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"children":[{"key":"3383","name":"Prospects\n","url":"http://www.[NETWORKHOST][Folder]/[YR_NCB_RECRUITING]-basketball-prospects?team=[MBASKETBALLNAME]","weight":1870,"external":false,"sectionHead":false},{"key":"3384","name":"Visits\n","url":"http://www.[NETWORKHOST][Folder]/[YR_NCB_RECRUITING]-basketball-visits?team=[MBASKETBALLNAME]","weight":1871,"external":false,"sectionHead":false},{"key":"3385","name":"Commits\n","url":"http://www.[NETWORKHOST][Folder]/[YR_NCB_RECRUITING]-basketball-commits?team=[MBASKETBALLNAME]","weight":1872,"external":false,"sectionHead":false},{"key":"3386","name":"Team Rankings\n","url":"http://www.[NETWORKHOST][Folder]/a.z?s=[SiteID]&p=9&cfg=bb&c=14&yr=[YR_NCB_RECRUITING_TM_RANK]","weight":1873,"external":false,"sectionHead":false},{"key":"3387","name":"Eligibility\n","url":"http://www.[NETWORKHOST][Folder]/a.z?s=[SiteID]&p=9&c=16&cfg=bb&yr=[YR_NCB_RECRUITING_ELIG]","weight":1874,"external":false,"sectionHead":false}]},{"key":"3389","name":"News\n","url":"","weight":25,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"children":[{"key":"3390","name":"All\n","url":"http://www.[NETWORKHOST][Folder]/news?type=stories&start=0&sortBy=Date&site=[DomainName]","weight":0,"external":false,"sectionHead":false},{"key":"3391","name":"Football\n","url":"http://www.[NETWORKHOST][Folder]/news?type=stories&sortBy=Date&site=[DomainName]&tag=[FOOTBALLNAME]%20-%20Football","weight":5,"external":false,"sectionHead":false},{"key":"3392","name":"FB Recruiting\n","url":"http://www.[NETWORKHOST][Folder]/topic/[YR_CFB_RECRUITING]-football-prospects?type=stories","weight":10,"external":false,"sectionHead":false},{"key":"3393","name":"Basketball\n","url":"http://www.[NETWORKHOST][Folder]/news?type=stories&sortBy=Date&site=[DomainName]&tag=[MBASKETBALLNAME]%20-%20Basketball","weight":15,"external":false,"sectionHead":false},{"key":"3394","name":"BK Recruiting\n","url":"http://www.[NETWORKHOST][Folder]/topic/[YR_NCB_RECRUITING]-basketball-prospects?type=stories","weight":20,"external":false,"sectionHead":false},{"key":"12865","name":"Upcoming Events","url":"http://www.[NETWORKHOST][Folder]/blip/upcoming-events","weight":9999,"external":false,"sectionHead":false}]},{"key":"12221","name":"Shop","url":"http://scout.fanatics.com/COLLEGE_Washington_Huskies/?utm_source=scoutcom_nav&utm_medium=bm_referral&utm_term=kw--Scout_NAV|cpn--no_coupon|offer--no_offer","weight":100,"external":true,"sectionHead":false},{"key":"9036","name":"Tickets\n","url":"http://tickets.[NETWORKHOST]/[SITEALIAS]-tickets?sid=[SUBDOMAIN]","weight":200,"external":true,"sectionHead":false}],"siteId":"147"},"networkMenu":{"key":"11863","name":"Network Menu","weight":-10,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"children":[{"key":"11864","name":"NCAA","url":"","weight":0,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"children":[{"key":"11881","name":"Teams","weight":0,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"children":[{"key":"12395","name":"Network - NCAA - Teams - Picker","weight":0,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"type":"team-picker","league":"ncaa"}],"index":0,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false},{"key":"11882","name":"NCAA Football HQ","url":"http://www.scout.com/college/football/","weight":1,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"index":1,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false},{"key":"11883","name":"FB Recruiting","url":"http://www.scout.com/college/football/recruiting/","weight":2,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"index":2,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false},{"key":"11884","name":"NCAA Basketball HQ","url":"http://www.scout.com/college/basketball/","weight":3,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"index":3,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false},{"key":"11885","name":"BK Recruiting","url":"http://www.scout.com/college/basketball/recruiting/","weight":4,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"index":4,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false},{"key":"11886","name":"Tailgating","url":"http://www.scout.com/home/tailgating/","weight":5,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"index":5,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false},{"key":"12740","name":"Stadiums","url":"http://www.scout.com/stadium-journey/ncaa-football-stadiums?sortBy=rating","weight":6,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"index":6,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false}],"index":0,"menu":"primary","isActive":false},{"key":"11865","name":"NFL","url":"","weight":1,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"children":[{"key":"11878","name":"Teams","weight":0,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"children":[{"key":"12396","name":"Network - NFL - Teams - Picker","weight":0,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"type":"team-picker","league":"nfl"}],"index":0,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false},{"key":"11877","name":"NFL HQ","url":"http://www.scout.com/nfl/","weight":1,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"index":1,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false},{"key":"11887","name":"Draft Rankings","url":"http://www.[NETWORKHOST]/nfl/[YR_NFL_DRAFT]-nfl-draft-rankings","weight":2,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"index":2,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false},{"key":"11888","name":"Fantasy","url":"http://www.scout.com/fantasy/","weight":3,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"index":3,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false},{"key":"11889","name":"Tailgating","url":"http://www.scout.com/home/tailgating/","weight":4,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"index":4,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false},{"key":"12741","name":"Stadiums","url":"http://www.scout.com/stadium-journey/nfl-stadiums","weight":5,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"index":5,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false}],"index":1,"menu":"primary","isActive":false},{"key":"11866","name":"MLB","url":"","weight":2,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"children":[{"key":"11891","name":"Teams","weight":0,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"children":[{"key":"12397","name":"Network - MLB - Teams - Picker","weight":0,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"type":"team-picker","league":"mlb"}],"index":0,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false},{"key":"11890","name":"MLB HQ","url":"http://www.scout.com/mlb/","weight":1,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"index":1,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false},{"key":"11892","name":"Transactions","url":"http://www.scout.com/mlb/rumors/","weight":2,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"index":2,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false},{"key":"11893","name":"Scouting","url":"http://www.scout.com/mlb/scouting/","weight":3,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"index":3,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false},{"key":"11894","name":"Top Prospects","url":"http://www.scout.com/mlb/a.z?s=243&p=9&c=12&nid=287&lnid=287&pid=88&yr=[YR_MLB_DRAFT]","weight":4,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"index":4,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false},{"key":"12742","name":"Stadiums","url":"http://www.scout.com/stadium-journey/mlb-stadiums","weight":5,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"index":5,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false}],"index":2,"menu":"primary","isActive":false},{"key":"11867","name":"Recruiting","weight":3,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"children":[{"key":"11896","name":"FB Recruiting HQ","url":"http://www.scout.com/college/football/recruiting/","weight":0,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"index":0,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false},{"key":"11897","name":"FB Prospects","url":"http://www.scout.com/college/football/recruiting/[YR_CFB_RECRUITING]-football-prospects","weight":1,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"index":1,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false},{"key":"11898","name":"FB Commits","url":"http://www.scout.com/college/football/recruiting/[YR_CFB_RECRUITING]-football-commits","weight":2,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"index":2,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false},{"key":"11899","name":"FB Team Rankings","url":"http://www.scout.com/college/football/recruiting/a.z?s=73&p=9&c=14&yr=[YR_CFB_RECRUITING]","weight":3,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"index":3,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false},{"key":"11900","name":"JC Football","url":"http://www.scout.com/junior-college-football/","weight":4,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"children":[{"key":"12430","name":"JUCO Rankings","url":"http://www.scout.com/junior-college-football/2017-football-prospects?league=JUCO","weight":0,"external":false,"sectionHead":false},{"key":"12431","name":"JUCO Commits","url":"http://www.scout.com/junior-college-football/2017-football-commits?league=JUCO","weight":1,"external":false,"sectionHead":false},{"key":"12432","name":"JUCO Visits","url":"http://www.scout.com/junior-college-football/2017-football-visits?league=JUCO","weight":2,"external":false,"sectionHead":false}],"index":4,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false},{"key":"11902","name":"BK Recruiting HQ","url":"http://www.scout.com/college/basketball/recruiting/","weight":5,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"index":5,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false},{"key":"11903","name":"BK Prospects","url":"http://www.scout.com/college/basketball/recruiting/[YR_CFB_RECRUITING]-basketball-prospects","weight":6,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"index":6,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false},{"key":"11904","name":"BK Commits","url":"http://www.scout.com/college/basketball/recruiting/[YR_CFB_RECRUITING]-basketball-commits","weight":7,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"index":7,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false},{"key":"11905","name":"BK Team Rankings","url":"http://www.scout.com/college/basketball/recruiting/a.z?s=75&p=9&c=14&cfg=bb&yr=[YR_CFB_RECRUITING]","weight":8,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"index":8,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false},{"key":"12423","name":"High School Sports","url":"http://www.scout.com/high-school/blip/front","weight":9,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"index":9,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false}],"index":3,"menu":"primary","isActive":false},{"key":"11868","name":"More Sports","weight":4,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"children":[{"key":"11879","name":"NBA","weight":0,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"children":[{"key":"12399","name":"Network - More Sports - NBA - Picker","weight":0,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"type":"team-picker","league":"nba"}],"index":0,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false},{"key":"11880","name":"Golf","url":"http://www.scout.com/golf/","weight":1,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"index":1,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false},{"key":"12718","name":"Stadium Journey","url":"http://www.scout.com/stadium-journey","weight":3,"external":false,"description":"The authority for stadium reviews, rankings, and ratings.","sectionHead":false,"index":2,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false},{"key":"12533","name":"Cleveland Sports","url":"http://www.scout.com/cleveland-sports","weight":6,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"index":3,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false}],"index":4,"menu":"primary","isActive":false},{"key":"11869","name":"Fantasy","weight":5,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"children":[{"key":"12406","name":"Rankings","weight":0,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"children":[{"key":"12433","name":"2016 Top 200","url":"http://www.[NETWORKHOST]/fantasy/[YR_NFL_FANTASY]-fantasy-football-rankings","weight":0,"external":false,"sectionHead":false},{"key":"12407","name":"QB Rankings","url":"http://www.[NETWORKHOST]/fantasy/[YR_NFL_FANTASY]-fantasy-football-quarterback-rankings","weight":1,"external":false,"sectionHead":false},{"key":"12408","name":"RB Rankings","url":"http://www.[NETWORKHOST]/fantasy/[YR_NFL_FANTASY]-fantasy-football-running-back-rankings","weight":2,"external":false,"sectionHead":false},{"key":"12409","name":"WR Rankings","url":"http://www.[NETWORKHOST]/fantasy/[YR_NFL_FANTASY]-fantasy-football-wide-receiver-rankings","weight":3,"external":false,"sectionHead":false},{"key":"12410","name":"TE Rankings","url":"http://www.[NETWORKHOST]/fantasy/[YR_NFL_FANTASY]-fantasy-football-tight-end-rankings","weight":4,"external":false,"sectionHead":false},{"key":"12411","name":"K Rankings","url":"http://www.[NETWORKHOST]/fantasy/[YR_NFL_FANTASY]-fantasy-football-kicker-rankings","weight":5,"external":false,"sectionHead":false},{"key":"12412","name":"DEF Rankings","url":"http://www.[NETWORKHOST]/fantasy/[YR_NFL_FANTASY]-fantasy-football-defense-rankings","weight":6,"external":false,"sectionHead":false},{"key":"12413","name":"DL Rankings","url":"http://www.[NETWORKHOST]/fantasy/[YR_NFL_FANTASY]-fantasy-football-defensive-lineman-rankings","weight":7,"external":false,"sectionHead":false},{"key":"12414","name":"LB Rankings","url":"http://www.[NETWORKHOST]/fantasy/[YR_NFL_FANTASY]-fantasy-football-linebacker-rankings","weight":8,"external":false,"sectionHead":false},{"key":"12415","name":"DB Rankings","url":"http://www.[NETWORKHOST]/fantasy/[YR_NFL_FANTASY]-fantasy-football-defensive-back-rankings","weight":9,"external":false,"sectionHead":false}],"index":0,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false},{"key":"11876","name":"Fantasy HQ","url":"http://www.[NETWORKHOST]/fantasy/","weight":1,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"index":1,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false},{"key":"12400","name":"Tools","weight":2,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"children":[{"key":"12403","name":"Depth Charts","url":"http://fftoolbox.scout.com/football/depth-charts.cfm","weight":0,"external":false,"sectionHead":false},{"key":"12402","name":"Bye Weeks","url":"http://fftoolbox.scout.com/football/byeweeks.cfm","weight":1,"external":false,"sectionHead":false},{"key":"12401","name":"All Tools","url":"http://stage.scout.com/fantasy/story/1554317","weight":2,"external":false,"sectionHead":false},{"key":"12404","name":"Strength of Schedule","url":"http://fftoolbox.scout.com/football/strength_of_schedule.cfm","weight":3,"external":false,"sectionHead":false},{"key":"12405","name":"Mock Draft Simulator","url":"http://fantasymockdraft.scout.com/simulator/","weight":4,"external":false,"sectionHead":false}],"index":2,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false},{"key":"12416","name":"Daily Fantasy","url":"http://www.[NETWORKHOST]/fantasy/news?type=stories&sortBy=Date&site=ScoutFantasy.com&query=DFS","weight":3,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"index":3,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false},{"key":"12417","name":"Forums","url":"http://www.[NETWORKHOST]/fantasy/forums","weight":4,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"index":4,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false},{"key":"12418","name":"Play","url":"http://www.playscoutfantasy.com/lobby.php","weight":5,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"index":5,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false},{"key":"12419","name":"Join","url":"http://www.[NETWORKHOST]/fantasy/story/1557795-join-us-at-scout-fantasy","weight":6,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"index":6,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false}],"index":5,"menu":"primary","isActive":false},{"key":"14495","name":"#DREAMFEARLESSLY","url":"http://www.scout.com/AmFam/","weight":6,"external":false,"sectionHead":true,"index":6,"menu":"primary","isActive":false},{"key":"11870","name":"Military","weight":7,"external":false,"sectionHead":true,"children":[{"key":"11913","name":"Warrior","url":"http://www.scout.com/military/warrior/","weight":0,"external":false,"description":"The latest news and tech from the field of combat.","sectionHead":false,"icon":"http://img.scout.com/sites/default/files/sites/warrior.png","index":0,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false},{"key":"11914","name":"Sniper's Hide","url":"http://www.scout.com/military/snipers-hide/","weight":1,"external":false,"description":"The #1 source of information for the world of long-range shooting and precision marksmanship.","sectionHead":false,"icon":"http://img.scout.com/sites/default/files/sites/snipershide.png","index":1,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false},{"key":"11917","name":"Deadliest Blogger","url":"http://www.scout.com/military/deadliest-blogger/","weight":4,"external":false,"description":"Military history from ancient battles to modern warfare.","sectionHead":false,"icon":"http://img.scout.com/sites/default/files/2016/04/26/deadliestblogger.png","index":2,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false}],"index":7,"menu":"primary","isActive":false},{"key":"11872","name":"Fishing","weight":8,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"children":[{"key":"11921","name":"North American Fisherman","url":"http://www.scout.com/outdoors/fishing/","weight":0,"external":false,"description":"Fishing news and video from NAF.","sectionHead":false,"icon":"http://img.scout.com/sites/default/files/2016/04/26/fisherman.png","index":0,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false},{"key":"11922","name":"Wired2Fish","url":"http://www.scout.com/outdoors/wired2fish","weight":1,"external":false,"description":"Gear reviews, guides, and how-to videos for serious anglers.","sectionHead":false,"icon":"http://img.scout.com/sites/default/files/sites/wired2fish_1.png","index":1,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false},{"key":"12546","name":"Fishhound","url":"http://www.scout.com/outdoors/fishhound/","weight":2,"external":false,"description":"Tracking all things fishing...all the time.","sectionHead":false,"icon":"http://img.scout.com/sites/default/files/2016/08/08/fishhound_tile.png","index":2,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false},{"key":"11924","name":"Fishulo","url":"http://www.scout.com/outdoors/fishulo","weight":3,"external":false,"description":"Where to go and what to use to catch more fish in Canada.","sectionHead":false,"icon":"http://img.scout.com/sites/default/files/2016/02/01/fishulo_gold.png","index":3,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false},{"key":"11980","name":"YakFishTV","url":"http://www.scout.com/outdoors/kayak-fishing/","weight":5,"external":false,"description":"Showing the world what kayak fishing is all about.","sectionHead":false,"icon":"http://img.scout.com/sites/default/files/2016/01/02/YakFishTV%20Icon.png","index":4,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false}],"index":8,"menu":"primary","isActive":false},{"key":"11871","name":"Hunting","weight":9,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"children":[{"key":"11918","name":"North American Hunter","url":"http://www.scout.com/outdoors/hunting/","weight":0,"external":false,"description":"Hunting news, video, and gear reviews from NAH.","sectionHead":false,"icon":"http://img.scout.com/sites/default/files/sites/hunter_square_v2.png","index":0,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false},{"key":"11919","name":"The Buck Advisors","url":"http://www.scout.com/outdoors/whitetail-deer/","weight":1,"external":false,"description":"Expert advice for whitetail deer hunters.","sectionHead":false,"icon":"http://img.scout.com/sites/default/files/sites/hunting_generic.png","index":1,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false},{"key":"11920","name":"Backwoods Life","url":"http://www.scout.com/outdoors/backwoods-life/","weight":2,"external":false,"description":"The official home of the Backwoods Life® Crew.","sectionHead":false,"icon":"http://img.scout.com/sites/default/files/2015/12/30/backwoodslife_icon.png","index":2,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false}],"index":9,"menu":"primary","isActive":false},{"key":"11873","name":"Living","weight":10,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"children":[{"key":"11927","name":"Gear","url":"http://www.scout.com/gear/","weight":0,"external":false,"description":"News and reviews on the hottest gear, fastest cars, and latest tech.","sectionHead":false,"icon":"http://img.scout.com/sites/default/files/sites/gear2.png","index":0,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false},{"key":"11928","name":"Build","url":"http://www.scout.com/home/build","weight":1,"external":false,"description":"Gear reviews and how-to guides for the handyman.","sectionHead":false,"icon":"http://img.scout.com/sites/default/files/sites/handy.png","index":1,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false},{"key":"11931","name":"Tailgate","url":"http://www.scout.com/home/tailgating/","weight":2,"external":false,"description":"Recipes, games, and guides for American's fastest-growing sport.","sectionHead":false,"icon":"http://img.scout.com/sites/default/files/sites/tailgater.png","index":2,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false},{"key":"12719","name":"Stadium Journey","url":"http://www.scout.com/stadium-journey","weight":2,"external":false,"description":"The authority for stadium reviews, rankings, and ratings.","sectionHead":false,"icon":"http://img.scout.com/sites/default/files/2016/04/30/icon.png","index":3,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false},{"key":"11930","name":"Garden","url":"http://www.scout.com/home/gardening/","weight":3,"external":false,"description":"Tips and tricks for landscaping and lawn care.","sectionHead":false,"icon":"http://img.scout.com/sites/default/files/sites/gardening.png","index":4,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false},{"key":"11929","name":"Cook","url":"http://www.scout.com/home/cooking/","weight":4,"external":false,"description":"Recipes and tutorial videos.","sectionHead":false,"icon":"http://img.scout.com/sites/default/files/sites/cooking.png","index":5,"menu":"secondary","isActive":false}],"index":10,"menu":"primary","isActive":false},{"key":"12398","name":"Membership","url":"http://www.scout.com/membership","weight":11,"external":true,"sectionHead":true,"index":11,"menu":"primary","isActive":false},{"key":"11874","name":"Tickets","url":"http://tickets.scout.com/","weight":12,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"index":12,"menu":"primary","isActive":false},{"key":"11875","name":"App","url":"https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/scout.com/id969228328","weight":13,"external":false,"sectionHead":false,"index":13,"menu":"primary","isActive":false}]},"taxonomyInfo":{"id":"577","name":"Washington","description":"","weight":0,"vocabulary":"scout","classificationNodes":[737,558],"forumIds":[558,5137,1364,1365,5448,5450,1443,5628,1367,1368,1366,4578,1361,5638,5508,5507,5506,5505,5504,5503,5502,5501,5500,5499,5498,5489,5488,5149,4091],"parentIds":["566"],"ancestorIds":["577","566","5"],"descendantIds":["10016","10017","577"],"mobile":true,"mobileType":"DoubleLevel","siteIds":["147"],"sites":[{"id":"147","name":"washington (s=147)","domainName":"Dawgman.com","description":"

Powered by Dawgman

\n","smallLogo":"http://img.scout.com/sites/default/files/washington_huskies.png","appDfpHierarchy":"299643/ScoutApp/Sports/College/washington/","siteDfpHierarchy":"299643/Scout.com/Sports/College/washington/","siteBrand":"Dawgman.com"}]},"noteConfigMap":[["TrendingForumSubThread",{"id":"4","containerType":"TrendingForumSubThread","width":{"to":1},"height":2,"indexDateTimeUTC":"0001-01-01T00:00:00","tags":[],"statusCode":0}],["StorySummary",{"id":"0","containerType":"StorySummary","width":{"to":1},"height":1,"indexDateTimeUTC":"0001-01-01T00:00:00","tags":[],"statusCode":0}],["ForumSubThread",{"id":"1","containerType":"ForumSubThread","width":{"to":1},"height":1,"indexDateTimeUTC":"0001-01-01T00:00:00","tags":[],"statusCode":0}],["AdUnit",{"id":"2","containerType":"AdUnit","width":{"to":1},"height":1,"indexDateTimeUTC":"0001-01-01T00:00:00","tags":[],"statusCode":0}],["TrendingStorySummary",{"id":"3","containerType":"TrendingStorySummary","width":{"to":1},"height":1,"indexDateTimeUTC":"0001-01-01T00:00:00","tags":[],"statusCode":0}]]}; var nyneveErrors = []; if (console && console.error) { try { var errors = nyneveErrors; for (var i=0; i < errors.length; i++) { var error = errors[i]; console.error('Nyneve Request Error: ', error); } } catch (e) { console.error('JSON parse error. Nyneve Request Errors.', e); } }