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12-2, 1st in Pac 12 - North

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

Bucs secondary coach Jon Hoke worked out Washington safety Budda Baker on Wednesday. He's worked out for six teams so far. At 5-foot-10 and 195 pounds, he's a bit undersized, but has a knack for flying around the ball. Very instinctive. Sure-tackler. There's some Tyrann Matthieu to him.

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3dGerry Hamilton

Washington adds another ESPN Jr. 300 QB in Colson Yankoff

If there were questions if Washington was going to capitalize on the 12-win season and College Football Playoff appearance, those can be put to bed. The Huskies already had four ESPN Junior 300 commitments at the beginning of the week, and added a fifth on Wednesday when quarterback Colson Yankoff committed.

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4dKC Joyner

What is the best Washington team of all time?

Last season's Washington team won the Pac-12 and made the College Football Playoff. Where do those Huskies rank among the all-time best Washington championship teams?

Erik McKinney ESPN Staff Writer 

Washington continues to load up on the offensive side of the ball in the 2018 class as the Huskies landed a commitment from quarterback Colson Yankoff, the second ESPN Junior 300 signal-caller to commit to Washington, joining No. 16 overall prospect Jacob Sirmon. Yankoff, the nation's No. 295 overall prospect and No. 16 pocket passer, originally committed to Oregon but pulled back from that following the coaching change from Mark Helfrich to Willie Taggart. Washington's fifth ESPN Junior 300 commitment -- including two quarterbacks and three receivers -- ties it with USC for the most in the Pac-12.

What type of recovery does CB Jones face? (1:26)
8dGerry Hamilton

Early Commit: WR Marquis Spiker to Washington

Washington continues to reap the rewards of the run to the College Football Playoff in 2016 with a strong start to the 2018 class. With three ESPN Jr300 verbals already in the fold, the Huskies dipped into California again on Friday reeling in ESPN Junior 300 receiver Marquis Spiker.

Erik McKinney ESPN Staff Writer 

For the second time in this 2018 class, Washington reached into Southern California to grab a commitment from an ESPN Junior 300 wide receiver. With Austin Osborne already in the class, the Huskies secured a commitment from Marquis Spiker on Friday. Spiker, the nation's No. 91 overall prospect and No. 14 wide receiver, is a significant recruiting win for Washington, as Chris Petersen and company continue adding potential instant-impact prospects at wide receiver and flex their recruiting muscles a bit in California, as Spiker would be the first top-10 California prospect signed by Washington since quarterback Jake Browning in the 2015 class.

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11dMel Kiper Jr.

Two Huskies rise on Kiper's Big Board

Two Washington players go from unranked to the top 20 prospects in the class, including John Ross, who is now the top WR on the board after his combine performance.

Erik McKinney ESPN Staff Writer 

The 2018 class of prospects in Oregon is as strong as the state has been in years, but the Ducks and Beavers still seem to be fighting an uphill battle for in-state recruits. Oregon and Oregon State missed out on elite in-state defensive prospects Marlon Tuipulotu (signed with USC) and Elijah Molden (Washington) last year, and the Huskies again delivered a statement on Wednesday, grabbing a commitment from Oregon product Trey Lowe, who holds offers from Oregon and Oregon State. There are four ESPN JR 300 prospects in Oregon and they are becoming must-get prospects for the Ducks especially. Wide receiver Chase Cota is the son of former Duck great Chad Cota and linebacker Eli'Jah Winston is the younger brother of current Oregon linebacker La'Mar Winston.

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12dTodd McShay

Pair of Huskies on the rise in latest mock draft

After a record-setting 40-yard dash at the combine, John Ross is Todd McShay's second wideout off the board in his newest mock. Kevin King is climbing further up Round 1 as well.

Craig Haubert ESPN Staff Writer 

OG/C prospect Justin Dedich (Chaparral) had an excellent performance at LA Nike Opening Regional taking home the OL MVP & earning Opening Invite. Really liked on film as well as he is physical, good with leverage & hand placement & displays good awareness. Coming into today's camp said he had 19 offers including UCLA, TCU & Washington & he would like to unofficially visit all the schools that have offered as well as use all 5 official visits.

Washington's Jones suffers leg injury in practice (0:49)
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Jones, potential 1st-round CB, hurt at pro day

Sidney Jones, a potential first-round draft pick, injured his left leg during defensive back drills in pro day workouts at the University of Washington on Saturday.

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Official 4.47 40 for Washington CB Sidney Jones (6-foot, 186 pounds). Good time for a press-man CB. Can really see his pro skill set in the drills that focus on transition speed and a downhill break to the ball. When Jones is asked to open and run (hips), he shows some tightness on the turns. That's expected. Best fit is with a team that leans on man-coverage and Cover 2. Maximize his talent at the position. Jones is going to challenge routes and he has the ball skills to finish plays.

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22dTodd McShay

John Ross is more than simply 40-yard flash

The record run was certainly the Saturday highlight across the combine. But the Washington WR also displayed his other wide-ranging skills.

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