Keith Price is considered to be the Husky’s best player since the departure of Chris Polk and Alameda Ta’amu to the NFL. He is the most important and he is also the most talented. However, who is the second best player on the team? That seems to be up for debate.
I started to think about this topic a couple of days ago when EA Sports had NCAA 13 ratings leaked. They had Price rated at a 94 overall and second listed was safety Sean Parker at 93.
Is Parker the second best player on the team?
Don’t get me wrong, he is really talented and may very well be, but there are others that could have been given that second best postion and I wouldn’t have batted an eye.
Let’s take a look at my candidates and then you can vote:
He is a stud that roams the field, with speed and force. He forces fumbles and collects interceptions. He is literally in on almost every tackle, in every play. He is fast, aggressive, and he plays hard. Definitely, a good candidate for second best player on the Husky team.
He is only a Sophomore but is already being called a star. As a Freshman he had 41 catches for 538 yards and 6 touchdowns. He is an elite target down the field and one of Price’s favorite weapons.
Also, only a Sophomore but is incredibly talented. Showed flashes of brillance last season and expected to be the best receiver on the Husky team next season. He had 36 catches with 427 yards and 6 touchdowns as a Freshman.
Is the best lineman for the Huskies coming in as a Junior. He is going to be tested a lot this season as he was last. He is strong and aggressive. He will hold up a pocket or make a big block on a screen play.
Has been inconsistent but is the best cornerback for the Huskies. He is also the only Senior on this list. He comes up big in big games and was often forced to play on an island because of the struggles of other cornerbacks last year.
Who do you think is the Husky’s second best player?