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Spring Battles to Watch - Quarterbacks

With Washington Spring Football a week away, it's time to break down the positions and analyze where the real battles for starting time should take place. We'll start the series at quarterback, the marquis position in college football yet the one arguably most surrounded in mystery heading into March.

Quarterback: Keith Price, Sr. 6-1, 202 Erik Wilson, Jr. 6-0, 194 (walk-on) Derrick Brown, So. 6-2, 245 Jeff Lindquist, RFr. 6-3, 234 Cyler Miles, RFr. 6-4, 223 Thomas Vincent, RFr. 6-0, 201 (walk-on) Troy Williams, Fr. 6-2, 205 The Background: Never has the position of quarterback been as healthy at Washington, with five scholarship players and two experienced walk-ons. Which is ironic...

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