The Huskies' offensive line is one of the biggest concerns remaining for Washington football. They have lost their entire starting offensive line to the draft or transfer portal—the same offensive line that was awarded the Joe Moore Award for being the best in the nation.
Roger Rosengarten is pumping up his draft stock in Mobile during Senior Bowl practice right now.
Parker Brailsford committed to Alabama. Nate Kalepo and Julius Buelow both committed to Ole Miss and Geirean Hatchett committed to Oklahoma.
Assessing Washington football's offensive line concerns
The Huskies are trying to regain their composure after taking hit after hit on the offensive line.
They were able to retain Landon Hatchett but he likely won't be ready for the start of the season due to a knee injury.
Also currently on the roster are:
- Parker Cross
- Zachary Henning
- Roice Cleeland
- Gaard Memmelaar
- Samuel Peacock
- Aidan Anderson
- Soane Faasolo
- Elishah Jackett
- Drew Azzopardi (San Diego State transfer)
- Davit Boyajyan
2024 commit Paki Finau's status is still unknown as he entered the transfer portal following Kalen DeBoer's departure to Alabama.
Jalen Klemm was likely going to be a start on the offensive line this season but announced just yesterday that he was entering the transfer portal. He transferred from Kansas State to Washington prior to last season.
While there are still plenty of concerns regarding Washington football's roster, fans shouldn't panic yet. There is still time before spring practice to continue bringing in recruits to fill holes in the roster.