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
After the 2014 season, Washington lost their entire defensive line to graduation. It was a huge blow, but it wasn’t fatal. Led by Tani Tupou, Elijah Qualls and Joe Mathis, UW’s defense actually improved. Two years later, the Huskies lose 60 percent of their starting secondary, so who are the next men up to keep Death Row rolling?
January 13, 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. We aren’t burdened with any such sentiment, so we get to propose an actual depth chart for who we expect to see starting August 8. Here we go!
July 14, 2016
Mason Stone is a 6-foot, 175-pound defensive back from Mountlake Terrace, via Santa Monica Junior College. Initially an Idaho signee out of high school, Stone ended up having to go the long way to achieve his dream of playing BCS football. But it all worked out in the end, as Stone announced via Twitter that he would be walking-on at Washington this spring as a preferred walk-on after being admitted into school Tuesday.
February 2, 2016