Patrick Reddick, a former wide receiver at Washington, is in his first season as a graduate assistant coach. He will be an assistant for the Husky defensive coaches.
Reddick earned four letters over a six-year Husky career. He received an additional year of eligibility from the NCAA after knee injuries prevented him from playing for two seasons.
A native of Newbury Park, Calif., Reddick became a reliable option in the Husky passing game, leading the team in third-down receptions during his senior season in 2002. He played in 41 games and started four times during his career. He had 76 receptions for 948 yards and six touchdowns, including a 54-catch, 583-yard, four-TD season as a senior for 583 yards. Reddick's reception total in 2002 was the sixth-best single-season mark in UW history.
Reddick graduated with a degree in sociology in June of 2002 and pursued a second degree in American ethnic studies during his sixth year of eligibility.