2018 future five-star bright
The Washington Football team enters the 2018 season with a great deal of positive momentum. The team has learned that both starting quarterback Jake Browning, and featured running back Myles Gaskin will return for their senior seasons. Gaskin’s return solidifies Washington’s chances at reclaiming the Pac-12 title. Add to the mix the return of bookend tackles Tra Adams and Kaleb McGary and the offense feels solid. The team needs to replace running back Lavon Coleman, tight end Will Dissley, center Coleman Shelton, and offensive lineman Andrew Kirkland.
The defense must replace defensive tackle Vita Vea, and linebackers Azeem Victor and Keishawn Bierria.
Plenty of early excitement
While the current team roster already has players slotted for promotion to the starting ranks, the infusion of Brandon Kaho is a huge win for the 2018 Washington Football team. And the team is already garnering national attention. The Washington Huskies have placed two players in the CBS Top 25 Players, and two additional players among their Honorable Mentions.
Now the team is learning that incoming players are ranked even better than originally thought. While that remains subjective and nebulous, it certainly does amp up the optimism for the team for the upcoming season. Right now, there are big shoes to fill in the Washinton Football team lineup. But as the team fits the right players to the right roles, they don’t have to worry about doing so in the dark. You see, the future is very bright right now. Five-star bright.