Posted April 23, 2012 on
SEATTLE - As Day Twelve finished up for the Washington Huskies they lost another offensive linemen, meaning the chances they'll actually do a Spring Game in the traditional game mode is basically nil. Siosifa Tufunga broke his right hand, meaning the Huskies have only eight healthy offensive linemen to finish out their remaining three practices - six of those players are scholarshipped.

Chris Polk Scouting Report

Running BackWashington5-11 215Draft board overall prospect rank: #50Draft board overall running back rank: #3Overall rating: 76 (2nd round)40 time: 4.46Positives• 3 years of strong production (2009: 1113 yards and 5 touchdowns on 226 carries, 2010: 1415 yards and 9 touchdowns on 260 carries, 2011: 1488 yards and 12 touchdowns on 293 carries)• Consistent (100+...

Player Spotlight - Eric Kohler

Since teammate and friend Colin Porter had to retire due to injuries, Erik Kohler has become one of the most pivotal players along the offensive line. Even line coach Dan Cozzetto has mentioned they need him to be the 'swing man' on Washington's line and this spring has seen the junior move around quite a bit so as to get him plenty of reps at every spot...
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