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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

May 5, 2010 at 9:17 AM

Wednesday morning links — Kiper lists Locker as No. 1 QB, and more

Heading straight into the off-season, and links are going to become a little harder to find on a daily basis. But here are few for this morning. …
— In a pay story on ESPN.com, Mel Kiper lists his top five potential draft picks at each position for 2011. As might be expected, Kiper lists Jake Locker No. 1 at QB, though he seems to soften just a bit from his comment a few weeks ago that it’s “etched in stone” that Locker will be the No. 1 pick. In this story, Kiper writes that Locker is a “legit possibility to go No. 1 ovverall.” He also writes that “this is now Locker’s position to own for next season.”
Locker is the only UW player on the list. However, there are a few other Pac-10 players listed No. 1 at their position — Owen Marecic of Stanford at fullback, USC’s Kristofer O’Dowd at center, and UCLA’s Rahim Moore at safety and Kai Forbath at kicker.
Other Pac-10 position players listed are USC’s Stanley Havili (second at FB), USC’s Jurrell Casey (No. 2 at DT), Oregon State’s Stephen Paea (No. 5 at DT), USC’s Chris Galippo (No. 2 at ILB), Oregon’s Casey Matthews (No. 4 at ILB) and Cal’s Mike Mohamed (No. 5 at ILB), UCLA’s Akeem Ayers (No. 2 OLB), Oregon’s Kenny Rowe (No. 4 OLB) and USC’s Michael Morgan (No. 5 OLB). (Assuming Andrew Luck is not listed since he isn’t certain to be in the draft).
— Here’s a short video of Daniel Te’o-Nesheim from Eagles mini-camp this weekend, as well as a picture of him wearing No,. 52.
— Here’s some video of the spring game from Steve Sarkisian’s web site.
— SI.com’s Stewart Mandel has a good explanation in his latest mailbag of why it’s likely you will soon see teams with losing records in bowl games.
— This is a little dated, but UW signee Lawrence Lagafuiana recently broke a 38-year old divisional record in the shot put at 55-4.
— Also a little dated, but at the end of this high school notebook from the LA Daily News is a note about UW signee Brent Williams, a prospective defensive end, that he’s up to “almost 200 pounds” eating lots of banana pudding, lasagna, chicken and steak. Such a problem to have.
All for now.

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