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Depth Chart Predictions - TE/LB/Special Teams

Austin Seferian-Jenkins (Kim Grinolds/Dawgman.com)

SEATTLE - With the real big guys and the fast guys covered, it's now time to check out the bigger athletes, those tweeners that play tight end on offense and linebacker on defense. We will also break down the depth on Washington's special teams, including who the fans should see covering punts and kicks when the Huskies take on San Diego State this Saturday at CenturyLink Field.

Offense: Tight End: 88 Austin Seferian-Jenkins 6-6, 266, So., Fox Island (WA) Gig Harbor 84 Michael Hartvigson 6-6, 255, So., Bothell (WA) Bothell 80 Evan Hudson 6-5, 262, So., Bothell (WA) Bothell 89 Alec Kimble 6-4, 230, So., Sammamish (WA) Eastside Catholic You better enjoy Austin Seferian-Jenkins play in the purple and gold while you can, because you should only expect him to be around a...

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