The Morning Haul 3/31


‘Morning, all. As Jesse said the other day, I’ll be taking over editing duties here for a while when he’s in Rome (who else is super jealous?). Anyways, something I enjoyed when I was just a reader was The Morning Haul, so whenever there are some interesting Dawg-related material out on the interwebs, I’ll be starting off your morning with The Morning Haul. Enjoy!

Former Seattle Times writer Mason Kelley sees big things in Marcus Peters’ future.

With Desmond Trufant moving on to a career in the NFL, it would make sense for Peters to take the next step and evolve into the “all-conference performer” coach Steve Sarkisian thinks he is capable of becoming.

Aziz N’Diaye and Abdul Gaddy are both headed to Portsmouth to join 62 other seniors.

The PIT selects 64 seniors to play on one of eight teams during a four-day, 12-game tournament, which is a showcase for NBA executives and scouts from international basketball teams. N’Diaye said he was notified by coach Lorenzo Romar that he received an invite. N’Diaye also said Gaddy will play in the tourney.

ESPN’s Ted Miller expects a big season from Steve Sarkisian and the Huskies.
Washington features 20 returning starters with A-list talent on both sides of the ball. After three consecutive seven-win seasons, which have grown progressively less satisfying for fans, the Huskies seem poised to take the proverbial next step.

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