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Spring Preview - Receivers

Jaydon Mickens (Kim Grinolds/Dawgman.com)

If you were to ask a Washington fan heading into fall ball 2013 about the receivers in 2014, they would have be effusive with praise. Yes, they would lose a few bodies, but the talent coming back would more than make up for any losses the Huskies would suffer through attrition.

Now ask them that question heading into spring ball, and the responses might be a little more luke-warm. Sure, all the expected players are back, but not quite the way everyone envisioned. Former UW commit Kameron Jackson took Kasen Williams out of his junior season, with the Skyline star missing the last five-plus games of 2013. His availability for spring is very much in doubt. And then there...

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