Tight end- Devin Culp
Devin Culp is a physical specimen. The uber-athletic, 6’3, 262 pound tight-end can block, run routes, and is incredibly fun to watch after the catch. Losing Hunter Bryant is a huge blow to this team, but the redshirt sophomore should be ready to step up next to Cade Otton, and those two will form a dynamic duo at tight end. Under Chris Petersen, Washington was incredibly successful with two tight end formations, so don’t expect a lot of that to change under Jimmy Lake. True freshman Mark Redman will probably also make a move for playing time once he arrives on campus, but expect Culp to be heavily involved this spring.