The Washington Huskies have two top quarterbacks committed to the 2018 recruiting class. In short, they convert the Huskies offense into a twin barrelled shotgun for hunting a National Championship.
The Washington Huskies 2018 Recruiting Class is loaded with receivers. But that won’t be a problem at all for Washington Huskies head coach Chris Petersen, as he already has landed two of the finest quarterback recruits in the nation. So why the switch from a ground and pound to an aerial offense?
You take what the defense gives you.
The 2016 Washington Huskies offense had an incredibly talented receiver by the name of John Ross III. in 2016, Ross was outstanding. He brought down 81 passes for 1150 yards and 17 touchdowns, each of which electrified the UW fans and almost deflated the opposing defense. In summary, he was sophomore quarterback Jake Browning’s favorite target.
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Now Browning enters his third season, and is coming off shoulder surgery. Entering his junior year, Browning will face the temptation all NCAA football players encounter. The lure of the NFL Draft. Since Petersen has every reason to believe Browning will be projected well for an NFL career, he has learned from the 2017 NFL Draft. This time, he will be ready.