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For the University of Washington, the 2020 NFL draft – all three days, 16 hours and 255 picks of it – can be conveniently condensed into a four-word tweet.
On social media, Washington’s football program uses the same hashtag – #ProDawgs – to reference its many players who have succeeded in the NFL.
Before NFL teams go on the clock Thursday as they’ve never done before — coaches and general managers making picks from their own homes — we put ourselves to the test to make our best guess at how the draft may unfold.
Washington football fans will get to see former Husky quarterback Jacob Eason during this month’s NFL draft.
Should quarterback Jacob Eason have stayed at UW for another season? That remains a debate as the NFL combine kicks off this week.
Still, handicapping UW’s impending quarterback competition is a futile exercise until new head coach Jimmy Lake names an offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach.
Washington quarterback Jacob Eason says he will skip his final year of college and enter the NFL draft. Eason started 13 games for UW last season after beginning his college career at Georgia and transferring following his sophomore season.
Like every other college program that passed through Lake Stevens High between 2013 and 2015 for a glimpse of Jacob Eason, Washington State marveled at the quarterback whose huge frame was just as impressive as his right arm.
Nine months from today, Jacob Eason will likely be in an NFL training camp as a newly minted millionaire. With that platinum arm, the Huskies quarterback will probably be competing for a starting job as he bruises wide receivers’ hands.
The Washington Huskies’ passing game is broken. That fact was evident at 10:48 on Saturday night as Chris Petersen’s Huskies trudged in a sad procession toward the southeast tunnel at Stanford Stadium. As they did, the public address announcer boomed, “When the eastern part of the country wakes up in the morning, they’ll see the final score: Stanford 23, Washington 13!”
The Huskies are trying their best to rattle Jacob Eason with a cacophony of confusion. It’s a purposeful plan to prepare their junior quarterback for No. 22 Washington’s road opener and what he’ll face Saturday afternoon at Brigham Young.
They like a high bar on Montlake. A national championship and 14 Rose Bowls have helped set it.
The word coach Chris Petersen used to describe the timing of the Jake Haener drama was “awkward.”
Within a couple of days, No. 13 Washington went from having a tight competition for the starting quarterback job to being thin at the position.
It was the decision that seemed inevitable, but by all accounts really wasn’t.
The first day of fall football camp at Husky Stadium was such a big thing Friday that the Blue Angels showed up.
It has been 93 days since Washington’s Spring Preview. Ninety-three long, uneventful, mostly sunny Seattle summer days. If you’re like most healthy humans, you slept somewhere between 550 and 850 hours during those three-plus months.
The Rose Bowl is in the rearview mirror. What’s next for the Washington Huskies?
Jacob Eason was a five-star recruit from Lake Stevens High School north of Seattle. He signed with Georgia in 2016 and started as a freshman, but injured his knee in last season’s opener and never could regain his starting job from freshman Jake Fromm.
Barring a last-minute change of heart, former Lake Stevens High star quarterback Jacob Eason is expected to transfer from Georgia to Washington for the next step in his college football career, multiple sources told The Seattle Times.