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Post-Spring Depth Chart

Connor Cree made a nice move this spring

SEATTLE - Now that Washington Spring Football is complete, it's time to dissect, critique and analyze what we saw. For starters the crew at Dawgman has decided to put together a post-spring depth chart. Obviously this is a very unofficial look at what might ultimately shake out this fall, for a variety of reasons.

For starters, UW Head Coach Steve Sarkisian said after the Spring Game Saturday that all of the Huskies' injured players - players kept out of spring - are on track to be healthy for fall. That list of players includes James Johnson, Erich Wilson, Colin Tanigawa, Hauoli Jamora, Deontae Cooper, Jesse Callier, Pio Vatuvei, Lawrence Lagafuaina and Travis Feeney. There are others, like long snapper...

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