It was an off-season turmoil for the future of Washington Huskies. For UC, the NCAA switching gate was more like a turnstile.
The Washington Huskies The group of recipients will look very different in 2021. The transfers, in and out, and the arrival of new students mean there is a host of new faces to get passes.
Recipient Ty Jones began graduating from Washington in the spring. He moved to Fresno State, where he would receive a catch from the former Husky Jake Haener midfielder. Jordan Chen took a similar route to Sacramento.
All things seemed to be stable until early March. That’s when Junior Puka Nacua decided to enter the transportation portal as well. Nacua was expected to compete for a starting point this year. Instead, Boca moved his college career to Brigham Young University.
Just before Spring Camp began, two of the other recipients decided to leave Washington as well. Juniors Marquis Spaker (reluctant) and Austin Osborne (Bowling Green) played scantily, but their losses plus their other departures deeply affected the Huskies.
While there were many departures, the Husky family also brought in quite a few new arrivals. Before spring camp, junior Giles Jackson He announced that he is moving from Michigan. In two seasons with the Wolverines, Jackson had 24 passes for 309 yards and a TD.
Since Jackson would not arrive on campus until June, he was unable to participate in the spring training. When the camp opens in the summer, expect him to compete for an initial job.
It has also been transferred to Ja’Lynn Polk from Texas Tech. As a freshman, Polk played in all 10 Red Raiders games, including seven. He finished the 2020 season with 28 catches for 264 yards and two landings. Its tenacity stands out. Polk captured at least one pass per match.
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