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First Crack at UW's Spring Depth Chart

Keith Price (Kim Grinolds/Dawgman.com)

SEATTLE - Steve Sarkisian is right on the money when he said during the first week of spring football that there really isn't a depth chart; how could there be when they are simply compiling film on players, formations, and groupings?

While they break down the tape and start to create their official depth chart, we'll take the limited knowledge we've compiled on our own through three practices and put together an extrapolated version of Washington's depth chart. Granted, while very unofficial, it's also a depth chart that probably won't have much to do with the reality of what UW's official two-deeps will look like the...

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