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August 5, 2010 at 10:52 AM

Updated roster on-line

UW’s updated fall camp roster is now on-line.
There are no changes among scholarship players other than those already reported, such as the recent losses of Alvin Logan, Scott Shugert, etc. Most noteworthy may be that 2010 signee safety John Timu of Long Beach is not listed, so he will gray shirt this season and enroll later to allow his knee to continue to rehab. UPDATE — Also, Brent Williams is not on the roster and will gray shirt this year, as well. FURTHER UPDATE — Sark explained at his press conference that Williams needs more time to develope physically. A defensive end, he was listed at 186 pounds in the spring.
There are some updated heights and weights, and I’ll try to detail some of the more noteworthy of those as we go forward.
It also includes all of the walk-ons who have been invited to camp.
Most notable are two quarterbacks — Mike King of Aberdeen High and Erik Wilson of Redondo Beach. I can’t find much on Wilson other than this picture. (UPDATE — Since posting this, a reader sent in this YouTube video of Wilson). King was a three-year starter at Aberdeen, throwing for 2,305 yards in his career, according to Scout.com.
The additions of the two give UW five total QBs in camp, and some needed bodies for practice and scout team duty.
UW has also added a walk-on punter, Sean Halligan of Puyallup, to give the team another body at that spot.
I count 104 total players (the limit is 105), and according to the PDF version, UW has 23 walk-ons (though that total doesn’t include Jake Locker). So that would mean 81 scholarship players entering camp.

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