Which Washington football recruits from the STACKED 2019 recruiting class will get a chance to play this fall?
The NCAA’s new redshirt rule is a huge advantage for Chris Petersen and Washington football. He has been able to pull in his best two recruiting classes ever over the last two seasons, and with freshmen being able to play in four games without burning their redshirt, this is crucial to their development.
We saw this in effect last year, when the trio of stud defensive backs from the 2018 class, Kyler Gordon, Julius Irvin, and Dominique Hampton, all played multiple games on special teams. We also saw the Dawgs use Trey Lowe and Zion Tupuola-Fetui in the Rose Bowl, and defensive tackles Sam Taimani and Tuli Letuligasenoa both saw action during the year as well.
With that being said, who are the freshmen that will see the field at any point this year?