Huskies Don Shoulder Pads On Camp's Third Day
No matter who quarterbacks the Huskies this season, there will be weapons in the arsenal. This much was on display during 11-on-11 drills Wednesday, when a simple Keith Price to Kasen Williams connection turned into a 60-yard score. The prodigious frosh receiver out of Skyline High School snared a five-yard dig route and then raced upfield past several defenders into the end zone.
In the video clip below, Price talks about the camaraderie he's building with all the receivers, particularly Williams.
Tab Coach Steve Sarkisian as another who's excited about those possibilities in the fall.
"I like those kind of touchdowns," Sark told media members.
There were plenty of other highlights on a Day 3, with several defensive Huskies setting a tone once the players were able to put on shells. Desmond Trufant asserted himself in drills and 11-on-11 situations, establishing a ball-hawking standard from the start of practice. Defensive tackle Sione Potoa'e was back on the field after an injury slowed his ability to practice. Cort Dennison had a strong practice as well, jumping a route over the middle to make a diving interception.
Another defensive player, Sean Parker, is one more who's been top notch in camp. The sophomore safety was the subject of a Gregg Bell profile on GoHuskies.com on Wednesday, which profiled his return from a debilitating shoulder stinger.
The coaching staff is taking advantage of this camp to dole out reps to everyone on the depth chart, meaning there's plenty of opportunity for players to cement roles for the season.
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