The Huskies are off the field following Friday’s practice.
It was another one designed in large part to feature the younger players, though there was also lots of work with the main units, as well. The practice was in the Dempsey Indoor with players in helmets, shoulder pads and shorts.
No real news and we did not get to talk to coaches, though I will pass along some video of Kasen Williams and Austin Seferian-Jenkins soon.
The coaches jetted out in part to handle some recruiting duties, as a number were in attendance (as a reminder, we cannot talk to them or take pictures of them while they are on their visits).
Scout/Dawgman.com has reported that UW will have eight visitors this weekend. They are:
CB Jalen Ramsey of Brentwood Academy in Brentwood, Tenn.;
OT Nico Falah of St. John Bosco High in Bellflower, Calif.;
WR Demorea Stringfellow of Rancho Verde High in Moreno Valley, Calif.;
DE Joe Mathis of Upland High in Upland, Calif.;
WR John Ross of Jordan High in Long Beach. Calif.;
OG Na’Ty Rodgers of Maurice J McDonough High in Pomfret, Md.;
CB Daquawn Brown of Dorsey High in Los Angeles;
S Trevor Walker of Mansfield Timberview High in Arlington, Texas.
We were able to identify Ramsey, Stringellow and Rodgers.
Stringfellow has already committed to UW.
Ramsey is listed as a soft verbal to USC but is taking all five of his visits — he has already visited Mississippi State and Florida and later will visit Alabama and USC.
Rodgers is the son of Tyrone Rodgers, who was the starting nose tackle for the 1991 national champion Huskies.
Falah is also listed as a soft commit to USC but also taking some visits and has also visited Oregon.
Mathis originally committed to UW in the summer of 2011 before deciding he wanted to open things up, but is still seriously considering the Huskies (some think continues to lean toward UW).
Ross is also considering and has or will visit Oregon, Oregon State and UCLA.
Brown has also visited WSU while Walker initially committed to Washington State before decommitting last summer and opening things up.