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7-6, 4th in Pac 12 - North
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Unexpected teams making noise in 2017 recruiting (3:29)

Huskies have chance at best class

With a lot of talent in-state, Washington is primed to have maybe the best recruiting class of Chris Petersen's tenure. His staff already has as many 2017 commits in the ESPN 300 as it had on signing day in February. Programs which will make noise in 2017 (Insider)

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Highlights: Travis Feeney

The Steelers opted for an outside linebacker late in Round 6, taking the Washington product. Check out some of Feeney's best highlights.

Erik McKinney ESPN Staff Writer 

The Huskies are off to a terrific start with the 2017 recruiting class and that was made evident with the release of the initial ESPN 300 on Wednesday. Washington's three commitments on the list tie it with Stanford for most in the Pac-12. The ESPN 300 commits are DT Marlon Tuipulotu (No. 106), WR Terrell Bynum (No. 177) and TE Hunter Bryant (No. 244). The Huskies finished the 2016 class with three ESPN 300 commits and look as though they could go well past that number with this class.

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The Pac-12 has 14 players committed in the initial ESPN 300: Stanford, 3, Oregon 2, UCLA 2, USC 2, Washington 2, Arizona 1, Arizona State 1 and Cal 1.

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Huskies' John Ross can really run

Ross is one of college football's fastest players. We're hoping the knee injury that held him out last year doesn't hamper him this season so he can continue to dazzle. Fastest players on top-25 teams

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Three takeaways from Washington's spring game

Receiver John Ross impressed in last Saturday's scrimmage with his speed, while coach Chris Petersen said he was happy with QB Jake Browning's growth.

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With Victor on TV, viewers truly win

LB Azeem Victor has proved to be frank in interviews and able to explain the defensive side of the game effectively. He's got the personality to entrance viewers as well. Potential broadcasters on top 25 teams

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Position battles to watch at Washington

The Huskies could enter camp in August with several starting jobs still unclaimed, including a heated battle for playing time at receiver.

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Pac-12 North quarterback recruiting update

Oregon and Stanford have done well stockpiling their teams with QB recruits but other Pac-12 North teams need to make some moves.

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Washington defense ready for its close-up

Last season, a young Huskies defense was one of the big surprises in the Pac-12. Can they build on their success in 2016?

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Believe in Budda Baker

You know he plays safety and you know he does it well. That doesn't mean he shouldn't play somewhere else in addition to his secondary duties. His exploits in high school on offense show he's capable of big things on both sides of the ball as well as on special teams. Most versatile player on top-25 teams

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Spring recruiting reset: Pac-12 North

With the spring evaluation period set to begin on April 15, every Pac-12 program holds at least one verbal commitment from a 2017 prospect, though the conference is off to its usual deliberate pace compared to the rest of the country.