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Offensive Skill Development Critical For UW

Jake Locker (Kim Grinolds/Dawgman.com)

Playmakers are difference-makers. They do most of your scoring to begin with and also make the plays that most excite the crowds. They operate at the highest creative levels in the game and receive most of the media attention.

Quarterback is obviously the most important skill position in the sport.  Jake Locker is the quarterback.  He will be the quarterback unless he gets hurt again. He is still rough around the edges as a passer and is now learning a completely different system. With two good quarterback minds to learn from in Steve Sarkisian and Doug Nussmeier, he is only going to get better.   Locker's development...

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