Dynasty Log: S2 Season Recap/Offseason Recap

So I'm getting ultra lazy on the video editing as soon as I started! I've been keeping a record of several games but it is a bit time consuming to edit them all so I may upload a few more important games like the Apple Cup and the Las Vegas Bowl that I just finished playing.

But the 2016 season for the Washington Huskies was, again a bunch of ups and downs. The team beat ranked teams such as California, Colorado State, and Arizona State, but also lost to ranked Michigan, Oregon (again), and a massive heart breaker to Stanford, which went to double overtime, and Jake Browning throwing a pick to end the game in OT.

But the season was not lost. Most players returned and added First Team All-Rookie James Harrell at Wide Receiver who was the offensive star of the season with over 1000 yards receiving and 10 touchdown receptions! He became a pivot to the team especially when senior wideout John Ross went down the the season midway through with a leg injury, but Dante Pettis and Brayden Lenius stepped up and outperformed the dynamic senior.

The offensive line was stellar (though I think I need to tweak the sliders more) and had all americans across the board. Joe Mathis led the team with 16 sacks, while Elijah Qualls showed the promise he had as big time recruit a couple years ago with a huge season at 8 sacks from the DT spot.

The cornerbacks and safeties were exceptional as usual with future 1st rounders Budda Baker and Sidney Jones leading the way. Austin Joyner and Kevin King shared time as the opposite corner and while King left the team following his senior year, Joyner has made big strides and should be a shut down corner next season along with 1st team all pac-12 Sidney Jones.


Recruiting Off-Season

The Huskies racked in the top Recruiting class in 2017 with a stellar grab of five 5-stars, fourteen 4-stars, three 3-stars and a single 2-star recruit for 23 total recruits this off-season. This class is led by DE Matt Moss, MLB Clint Stone, and CB Sean Boyd.


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