Before spring football truly gets underway, let’s take a look at who might shine for Washington football on the offensive side of the ball this spring
Washington football had a subpar season on the offensive side of the ball in 2019, and with Jimmy Lake and John Donovan implementing a new scheme for 2020, the Huskies seem primed for a major offensive overhaul, and that starts in the spring. With the new scheme in place, we’re going to look at one player at each position (outside of quarterback) that’s poised to break out this spring and make his way into the two-deep depth chart.
Note: the quarterback battle was excluded from this list.
Running Back- Cam Davis
Husky fans should be ecstatic about Cameron Davis. The redshirt freshman is in line to take over a much bigger portion of the workload in 2020 after Salvon Ahmed decided to leave early for the NFL Draft. Davis played in two games during the 2019 campaign, which included starting in the Las Vegas Bowl, which should be a sign that the coaching staff likes the way the California native is developing. Even though he only shows up in the stats for the bowl game with one attempt for -1 yards, Davis had an impressive touchdown run that got called back due to a holding penalty. Expect him to get a lot of run with the second team this spring, and a decent amount of snaps with the first team as well.