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Poll: Who is the Huskies’ most important player?

Post by Christian Caple on July 30, 2014 at 1:29 pm with 1 Comment »
July 30, 2014 1:31 pm

This is obviously a pretty subjective question, but with camp beginning next week, let’s see who you, the fine readers of this blog, believe to be the Washington Huskies’ most important player in 2014.

Is it a member of the Huskies’ experienced defense? Or an unproven quarterback who could make a big difference offensively? An offensive lineman? A receiver? We’ve given you eight choices in the poll below. If your pick isn’t on that list, select “other” and let us know in the comment section who you’d go with. We’ll lay out the results in some detail in a future blog post.

Who is Washington's most important player?

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  1. Marcus Peters or Danny Shelton, because neither can really be replaced. Miles is a close 2nd to them.

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