It's that time of the year when bouncebacks start popping up at local junior colleges and this year is no different. Here's a couple we have learned about as well as a look at several other prospects who are starting to see interest from four-year schools...
May 1, 2013
In one of their last two-a-day practices, the Huskies ran through a relatively crisp two-hour workout in helmets and shoulder pads. Afterwards, four of the players talked with Dawgman.com and gave us their thoughts and fall camp winds down and they get closer and closer to the start of the season...
August 21, 2012
Today on Dawgman.com, we start a new series where Chris Fetters and Scott Eklund will take a look at some of top returning underclassmen that are currently in line to see a lot of playing time this fall. First up on the defensive side of the ball, coming in at number five, are two defensive ends.
July 30, 2012
SEATTLE - There were a ton of great stories and great performances coming out of Spring Football for the Washington Huskies, and now it's time to take roll call. Who had the best spring? Who made the biggest jumps? Dawgman.com counts down the top-40 from Spring Football, five players at a time. Yesterday was 30-26; now it's 25-21.
May 14, 2012
Regardless of the outcome of the annual Spring Game there was much to be taken from the overall body of work that occurred during the fifteen Husky spring practices. This team completed the transition of five new coaches and got progressively better. Certainly the defense improved and responded positively to the changes in coaching, schemes, and general overall attitude.
May 2, 2012