Washington football is looking to build on 2018’s Rose Bowl run. With a new quarterback, running back and nine new starters on defense, what’s going to happen at spring practice?
Washington football needs to fill a lot of holes on both offense and defense in 2019, and the spring practices are going to be a great baseline of where the Huskies are. We’re going to see a ton of battles on both sides of the ball, and we might see a few former starters lose their jobs.
I’ll warn you right now, some of these predictions might be kind of bold, but there are so many talented players on this roster and there might be a logjam at some positions. That might cause some fan favorites to lose their job to up and coming underclassmen. We might even see some true freshman starters.
Some of these might be kind of obvious, for example, Jacob Eason is going to dominate camp. But will he be challenged?