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August 5, 2014 at 5:52 PM

Huskies fall camp observations, Day 2 (newcomers session)

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Notes and observations from Washington’s fall camp at Husky Stadium:

Gear: Helmets, shorts and jerseys. No pads.

Weather: Perfect.

Quarterback quick reads:

Play of the day: Freshman K.J. Carta-Samuels showed a nice touch on a back-shoulder throw to TE David Ajamu, who then beat his defender en route to a  touchdown during a 7-on-7 passing drill.

Noteworthy: As with Jeff Lindquist and Troy Williams in the morning, Miles and Carta-Samuels both appeared more comfortable and more confident in their afternoon workout. Miles completed his first four passes the final 7-on-7 period, and had three completions overall in the drill to walk-on WR Neel Salukhe.

Huskies QB Cyler Miles during a drill Tuesday. (Photos by Dean Rutz/The Seattle Times)

Huskies QB Cyler Miles during a drill Tuesday. (Photos by Dean Rutz/The Seattle Times)

Other practice highlights:

— Freshman safety Jojo McIntosh had his second interception in two days, this off of Carta-Samuels. It was the other turnover of the two-hour afternoon session, meaning the defense had to run gassers afterward.

Noteworthy:

— Freshman WR Dante Pettis worked 1-on-1 with Chris Petersen on a punt-return drill.

Jomon Dotson (5-10, 164) got most of the carries in the final 11-on-11 period. Walk-on Gavin McDaniel (5-8, 172)  had some too and showed a nice burst.

Injuries:

— Freshman CB Aaron Chapman (knee) remained sidelined.

Next: First full-squad practice at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Husky Stadium. It’s closed to the public. 

Defensive tackle Elijah Qualls at UW practice Tuesday.

Defensive tackle Elijah Qualls at UW practice Tuesday.

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