Coming out of high school, Arizona Western DT Emeka Iweka (6-5, 310) was one of the most highly regarded players in the state of Washington and on the west coast. He had offers to play basketball and football from Pac 10 schools, but opted to play for his hometown school. After not qualifying, he headed south and greyshirted in 2007. Now he's ready to fulfill his dream of playing college football.
February 20, 2008
One of the toughest players to reach this season has been Rainier Beach lineman Emeka Iweka. He's quiet and shy around people he doesn't know very well, but when you get him on the field he becomes a different person. He's been projected to end up on the offensive side of the ball, but the Husky coaching staff said they may have some other thoughts on where he ends up.
January 14, 2007
Ask any coach and he'll tell you, offensive production begins and ends with the line. The Huskies lose two starters to graduation, but they return three players who played nearly every snap available during the season. The Dawgs are encouraged by some of their young lineman who will be redshirt freshman and sophomores and the hope is they will benefit from another year in the same system.
November 21, 2006
SEATTLE - Jon Horton of flyingcolours.tv assembles the top in-state football talent every year for a 'media session' at Qwest Field. The reason? He produces the popular 'Sports Blitz' segments on King-5 TV in Seattle (with Paul Silvi hosting), and each week a new player will be featured.
August 21, 2006
Even though it appears on the outside that this would be a slow time for news on football and basketball, it's just the opposite. In this latest version of Dawgman Radio, Kim Grinolds and Chris Fetters discuss this weekend's upcoming combines, the announcement by Jake Locker to play football for Washington, and all the AAU action at Hec Ed.
May 16, 2006