Kaleb McGary is one of the Washington Huskies who gives his all on each play. And it shows up in both the running game and the passing game. He is a road grader on the field. A solid fundamentally sound right offensive tackle who can clear the running lanes, bookend pass blocking, and move out to the second level on designed plays. And he studies game videos, already adept at analyzing what did and didn’t work from previous games.
The fact that the Washington Football team gets their starting right tackle back is huge. This is an offensive unit which runs the ball well and doesn’t give up many sacks. In fact, the team has averaged just 13 sacks a year, or about one sack per game. Outstanding performance.
Perhaps an even better advantage is the projections for the running game. McGary has started each season on the offensive line. And for each year, running back Myles Gaskin has rushed for over 1,300 yards. I don’t that’s just coincidence.