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Post-Spring Top-40: 30-26

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SEATTLE - There were a ton of great stories and great performances coming out of Spring Football for the Washington Huskies, and now it's time to take roll call. Who had the best spring? Who made the biggest jumps? Dawgman.com counts down the top-40 from Spring Football, five players at a time. Yesterday was 35-31; now it's 30-26.

30 - Jonathan Amosa - It's easy to forget about Amosa, the former walk-on from Rainier Beach - but the 5-foot-11, 239-pound fullback was the Steady Eddie of that position group, especially since Dezden Petty was used a lot more in spring as a running back, and the only other healthy options at the position was the switch of another walk-on - Cole Sager, who is typically undersized for the role...

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