I have double-duty again tonight, so I’m in Safeco. Here are a few quick notes from football practice earlier today:
> Washington did its most scrimmaging of the spring today. Again we saw Kasen Williams was a nightmare to contain in single coverage and that DiAndre Campbell is in a good spot to be the other starting receiver, along with Jaydon Mickens.
> Cornerback Marcus Peters had a nice interception of a Cyler Miles pass.
> Running back Bishop Sankey sat out of practice because of “soreness,” according to Steve Sarkisian. Sankey was in full pads.
> Miles and Jeff Lindquist received live work during some of the scrimmage portion of Saturday’s practice. Sarkisian said Miles has been more consistent the past couple weeks of practice. He appears the clear No. 2 QB, though Sarkisian said he wouldn’t commit to a depth chart at this point.
> With Sankey out, Erich Wilson II and Dwayne Washington did a lot of work with the No. 1 offense.
> Connor Cree continues to have a strong spring at his defensive end spot. He’s gone from a standing up rush end to more of a down, power end/tackle spot.
> Evan Hudson was working as the long snapper, at this point.
> Mike Criste continues to get most of the work at center.
> The kicking competition between incumbent Travis Coons and newcomer Cameron Van Winkle appears even.