Happy Sunday, everyone.
Catching up on links:
- Keith Price has penned his final diary entry for USA Today leading up to this week’s NFL draft. The former UW quarterback says he’ll watch all of the draft. He wrote:
“I’m for sure going to get some workouts in during those days, just to relieve the stress. It’s kind of hard seeing people go in front of you, especially because I feel I’m the best. Anytime your name is not called and you see other quarterbacks going in front of you, it kind of ticks you off a little bit.
It’s fuel, but I’m self-driven. I’m self-motivated. Of course, I feel that I’m better. … I play the game with a passion and a chip that not a lot of people play with, and I think that I have a lot that I could provide to a team.”
- Bishop Sankey is ranked No. 50 in this draft big board.
- Austin Seferian-Jenkins is No. 52 in these prospect rankings.
- Bud Withers is doing a series of post-spring Pac-12 breakdowns. Here’s his look at USC and UCLA.
- In case you missed it, here’s Withers on Pac-12 coaches’ reactions to the SEC scheduling.
- Jerry Brewer on UW softball great Danielle Lawrie having her jersey retired.
- UW crew split with Great Britain in Saturday’s Windermere Cup, and Larry Stone was on the scene.
- Tyler Davis improved to 10-1 as UW baseball secured its eighth Pac-12 series win in eight tries at Utah on Saturday. The first-place Huskies go for the sweep today in Salt Lake City.