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April 1, 2010 at 4:37 PM

Thursday early practice notes

Lots of familiar faces in the crowd today as the Huskies begin their second practice of the spring. Among those are former players Darrion Jones and Daniel Te’o-Nesheim, 2010 signee Sione Potoae, Skyline WR Kasen Williams and Lakes High OL Zach Banner, who will be a top recruit for the Class of 2010.
Also in attendance are a few older former Huskies such as Mark Bruener and John Anderson — the latter here for his wedding Saturday to his longtime girlfriend that he met while kicking for UW from 1999-2002. Anderson lives in Florida now working in the family storage business.
Talked to Te’o-Nesheim for a few minutes and he said he just got back from a visit with the Patriots and is leaving for another with the Eagles in a few days. He’ll be in Seattle for the draft in a few weeks, hoping to hear his name called.
As for the current team, nothing really new in the early going. Everyone seemed present and accounted for and there didn’t appear to be any new injuries. The lineups also looked the same, though I caution as always that those change really rapidly this time of year and often are just the result of experimentation and trying out different combinations, as well.
More later after practice.

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