Huskies Offense Continues to Make Strides During Wednesday Scrimmage
SEATTLE – Chris Petersen said after practice on Wednesday that senior left tackle Trey Adams has steadily improved through fall camp as he continues to work back to 100 percent.
The Huskies ran roughly 60 plays during their scrimmage for the majority of practice No. 12, including one bit of trickery. On the opening series Jake Browning handed the ball off to running back Myles Gaskin, who passed it back to his senior quarterback who led to a 15-yard completion to tight end Drew Sample, executing the senior double-pass to perfection.
Browning finished 9 of 13 on the day with all but one coming on the first drive. Jacob Eason, the sophomore transfer from Georgia who will sit-out the 2018 season due to NCAA transfer rules, was the only QB to not lead a series during the scrimmage.
Freshman QB Colson Yankoff showed off his dual-threat nature with a 25 to 30-yard scramble after being pressured out of the pocket by the “fourth” string defense. However, the former four-star recruit from Coeur d’Alene, Idaho was sacked twice on the same drive.
Jacob Sirmon, the other class of 2018 signal-caller for UW, led the third and sixth drive for the offense on Wednesday. His first series resulted in a three-and-out, along with a combined sack from Bush and his cousin, true freshman linebacker Jackson Sirmon.
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