Earlier this year, we looked at how Washington Huskies left tackle Trey Adams’ NFL Draft stock was in the lower first round or second round. As we all know, he was lost for the season due to a knee injury and will come back to the team next season. So let’s look at the next most interesting pro prospect on Washington’s offensive line: senior center Shelton Coleman.
The Washington Huskies ran over the UCLA Bruins for more than 330 yards on Saturday in a blowout victory. We’ve talked about tailback Myles Gaskin, but we need to talk about Lavon Coleman. Coleman had a great day, rushing for 94 yards and scoring three touchdowns. At the moment, the redshirt senior has a seventh-round grade for the 2018 NFL Draft, but games like the one he had against the Bruins should enhance his stock. At 5-foot-11 and 228 pounds, Coleman has good size.
Sunday’s victory over the New York Giants may not have been pretty, but it set up an encouraging stretch for the Seahawks’ playoff chances. It ended a start of the season in which the Seahawks had four road games in the first six. In the final nine, they have six home games, and they will get breaks in some of those games. The Arizona Cardinals won’t have Carson Palmer in the Thursday night game in the first week of November.
How did the passing game become what it is today in the NFL? Lew Freedman, author of "Baugh to Brady: The Evolution of the Forward Pass,” talked about it with me on “Schooled w/ The Professor" Listen here:
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Selecting a term
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