Play of the Day: WR Damore'ea Stringfellow and QB Jeff Lindquist combined for the play of the day late in the two-hour-plus practice. Noticing man-to-man coverage outside with another freshman, CB Patrick Enewally, Lindquist dropped back and lobbed a perfectly placed pass to Stringfellow who went up over Enewally and resulted in a 40-yard gain. The play was perfect by all three players -- Lindquist recognizing the coverage and placing the ball where only his receiver could get it; Enewally sticking right with his man and using the boundary as an extra defender, Stringfellow got a good release and went up high to snag the ball.
Big play defense: The Husky staff has put an emphasis on making plays when the opportunity presents itself and several players took that to heart tonight. As noted above, Walker taking his interception to the house, S Will Shamburger going up high to intercept a pass intended for Austin Seferian-Jenkins in the back of the endzone and Peters peeling off his man to make a near interception on what was a likely touchdown had he not batted the ball down. Now, that being said, Peters came to the sideline and did 10 push-ups as a penance for his drop (he got both hands on the ball, therefore, he should have hauled it in).
Recruits in the house: There was a "who's who" of 2014 and 2015 in-state prospects watching practice during the evening including Fife OL/DL Kaleb McGary, Bellevue S Budda Baker, Bellevue OL/DL Marcus Griffin and Eastlake (Sammamish) LB Drew Lewis all 2014 prospects and then Lakes (Lakewood) DE Benning Potoae, Federal Way RB/Slot Chico McLatcher and a few more surprises.
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