It’s not hard to identify the positions the Washington Huskies most need to replenish in 2014.
Their quarterback last season, Keith Price, was a fifth-year senior. Their record-setting running back, Bishop Sankey, is preparing for the NFL draft. Same for Austin Seferian-Jenkins, who won the Mackey Award, given annually to the nation’s tight end.
In fact, of Washington’s 6,491 yards of total offense in 2013, 4,836 of them — just less than 75 percent — came on a carry by Sankey or a pass by Price. That’s a lot of production to replace. Read more »