Most UW fans know that Isaiah Stanback is now a Dallas Cowboy and Dashon Goldson a San Francisco 49er. But sometimes it’s easier to lose track of former Huskies in some of the lower depths of pro football.
Here is a list provided by UW sports information director Richard Kilwien:
Cody Pickett – Rhein Fire
Greg Carothers – Amsterdam Admirals (on IR apparently)
The Los Angeles Times is reporting that the mother of Jrue Holiday — the nation’s No. 2 prep basketball prospect — says her son has narrowed his choice down to either joinging the reassembling dynasty at UCLA or playing alongside his brother at Washington.
Holiday, a 6-foot-4 junior guard at North Hollywood Campbell Hall, is rated as the nation’s No. 2 prep hoops prospect by at least one recruiting service. He is scheduled take an unofficial visit to UW on June 10. Holiday’s brother, Justin, signed with the Huskies last November and will be a freshman in the
Washington center Artem Wallace is in legal trouble following a reported hit-and-run accident.
The Associated Press is citing police reports saying Wallace was one of two “highly intoxicated” people arrested and released following a car-motorcycle collision early Sunday in West Seattle.
A decision on whether to bring charges is up to King County prosecutors.
Wallace, a native Russian who played at Toledo High School, moved into the rotation last season and started seven games. He would likely be a contender for the starting lineup next season if Spencer Hawes leaves for the NBA, especially if Joe