Strides Made On Day 4 Of Fall Camp
The setting at Husky Stadium couldn't have been better Thursday. With the sun-drenched skies offering a picturesque backdrop, the Huskies went back to work on Day 4 of Fall Camp, once again making intensity the theme of the afternoon.
When the Huskies broke off into position groups, the best theater came when the offensive line went against the D-line in drills. Both units refused to cede any ground at all, colliding into each other at full force, much to the delight of the sizable crowd gathered around the action.
Big Plays On Offense
Plenty of mentions to go around. Austin Sefarian-Jenkins caught a long touchdown pass during 11-on-11 drills, finding himself wide-open well behind the defense. Another candidate was when Kasen Williams perfectly high-pointed a ball and ripped it out of the defenders hands. The play of the day, though, went to Chris Polk, who slithered through the defensive line and linebackers before outracing the DBs to the end zone for a long TD run.
Defense Stands Out
So far this camp, the Husky defense has established itself as a swift, physical unit. The number of available jobs on that side of the ball has increased the level of competition as well. Sean Parker continued his excellent camp with an interception towards the end of practice. He wasn't the only DB to have success on Thursday, as Desmond Trufant broke up several passes during drills. Jonathan Timu, who is locked in a battle for an outside linebacker's job, picked off a tipped pass of his own.
A few members of the Husky softball team took in practice. So did Seattle Sounders FC broadcaster Arlo White, who wandered the sidelines before jumping on the radio with broadcaster Elise Woodward of KJR-AM.
Video Of The Day
Jonathan Amosa talks to reporters about asking Coach Steve Sarkisian to switch from defense to offense, a move that looks to be paying dividends. Amosa has taken a lot of reps as the No. 1 fullback. At 230 pounds, the Rainier Beach product has dished out more than a few hits as well.
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