Spring Football is over at Washington, so it's time to hand out some hardware. Who improved the most at each position? Who had the best overall spring on offense and defense? And did any season projections change based on what took place during spring? Here are the guys from Dawgman.com with their post-spring awards.
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Saturday's Spring Preview is the culmination of Washington's 15 spring practices, the time where they lay the foundation for what is to come in the fall. Here are five questions Washington fans should keep in the back of their minds as they watch the Huskies this Saturday with an eye toward August.
April 21, 2017
It's never easy when two senior guards like Jake Eldrenkamp and Shane Brostek and Eldrenkamp and their combined 35 career starts matriculate, but it's a welcome sight when Washington's returning center, Coleman Shelton, has nearly that many starts on his own. But UW's offensive line just didn't lose two seniors. They also lost their coach.
March 22, 2017
Chris Petersen and the Washington coaches like to think of their depth chart as more of a ‘seating chart’, with all positions up for grabs at all times. With that in mind, this is how we see the Huskies lining up for Day One of Spring Football, set to start in three weeks.
March 7, 2017
Just looking strictly at the numbers -- 44.5 points per game, 477 yards of offense per game, 21 sacks allowed on close to 380 attempts -- and the fact that Washington placed two players on the First Team All-Pac 12 Team and one on the Second Team, you'd have to say it was a great year for the Husky offensive line.
December 23, 2016