QBs get their reps: Keith Price and Cyler Miles got most of the reps today, but Troy Williams also got his chances and Jeff Lindquist got a few series as well. Price looked sharp, making good decisions with the ball and hitting Kasen Williams on a nice jump ball that he went up and took away from Greg Ducre. The fifth-year senior also looked to his right then came all the way back to his left to hit DiAndre Campbell for a 30-yard touchdown pass. Miles was up and down, but scrambled to his left, turned his shoulders and hit Williams on a back-shoulder throw in front of a helpless Sean Parker. Miles was also picked off by Marcus Peters who broke off of his coverage from Campbell to haul in the pass and returned it for what would have likely been a touchdown. Lindquist and Williams also had their moments, but neither made any big plays that were notable.
positioning themselves to set up blocks and which man is theirs on kickoff returns.
Speed Kills: Williams narrowly missed hitting Marvin Hall who had gotten free from coverage; Washington blew through a hole and notched a 10-yard gain before he was hit; John Timu, who continues to have a very solid spring, made a tackle-for-loss on a short pass to Mickens; Tre Watson broke on a pass and appeared to pick it off before dropping it after being hit by a receiver. The play was outstanding as he read Miles' eyes and made the break on the pass; the receivers appeared to have some open field a couple of times, but were tracked down on plays outside by the likes of Travelle Dixon, Brandon Beaver, and Watson on different plays.
Three more practices: The Huskies will take the next two days off before hitting he field again on Tuesday morning at 8 a.m. They will also have one more practice on Thursday at 8 a.m. and then will conclude their spring practices on Saturday, April 20th, at 4 p.m.
when they invite everyone down to see the Spring Game at Memorial Stadium in the Seattle Center.
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