3. TOP WASHINGTON PLAYERS
Best Washington Offensive Player
C Nick Harris, Sr.
In terms of NFL Draft upside, fellow lineman Trey Adams is the main man if he can stay 100% healthy. Harris, though, is the All-Pac-12 leader of a veteran front five that was good, but could be stronger.
The 6-1, 302-pound senior is versatile enough to work at guard or in the middle, but he found his home at center. While he might not have prototype NFL size, he’s a likely Day Two pick as someone’s quarterback up front. First, he’ll spend one more year as a star for the Husky line.
2. OT Trey Adams, Sr.
3. QB Jacob Eason, Jr.
4. RB Salvon Ahmed, Jr.
5. WR Aaron Fuller, Sr.
Best Washington Defensive Player
S/CB Myles Bryant, Sr.
Six of the top seven tacklers are back, and Bryant is the only one returning. The 5-9, 184-pound versatile defender might not be all that big, but like all Washington defensive backs, he can hit. He came up with 61 tackles with 3.5 sacks with six broken up passes.
An All-Pac-12 performer over the last two seasons, he’s a steady force who now has to be a leader no matter where he works. With the quickness and raw speed to go along with his toughness, he’s a baller who’ll fit in wherever needed.
2. CB Elijah Molden, Jr.
3. DE Levi Onwuzrike, Jr.
4. DE Benning Potoa’e, Sr.
5. DT Tuli Letuligasenoa, RFr.