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    Washington Huskies Announce 2020 Starting QB

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    Today, I am here with True Freshman Jake Davis to announce that he will be the starting QB for the 2020 Washington Huskies.  It was a tough battle this offseason between him and Redshirt freshman Samuel Connor, but I personally believe in Jake Davis's skills as a pocket passer, and his ability to grow the team and everyone around him.  We will both be available for questions as needed.

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    48 minutes ago, Quasar said:

    Do you think Jake Davis can get Washington to a bowl game?

    We have a very talented roster this year, and I have hopes to maybe fight for a  bowl game, but honestly all we can do is take it one game at a time.  I know Jake has been focusing on our game versus New Mexico, but I think we all have aspirations to actually make a bowl game this year.

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    9 minutes ago, deathcpo said:

    Why did you invest so much in recruiting jake when you had a young qb with similiar talent, seems like you could have filled other holes?

    Samuel Connor is a hell of a passer, but when you have the opportunity to get someone with the talent and skill set of Jake Davis, I don't see why not hesitate to get out top tier talent at the biggest position in a football team?  Nor did I really lose out on recruitment last year.  I'm extremely happy with my recruitment class last year.  I believe it was ranked 27th in the nation.  Coming as the coach of NC State, I know how difficult it is with bad coaching bad QB play weighing down a team.  With Jake Davis, I know I can trust him, and he gives me a hell of a chance to win not just now, but as he develops and into the future. 

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    On 4/21/2017 at 2:18 PM, npklemm said:

    What separated Davis from Conner in practice?

    (oops i entirely missed this)

    Well when it came down to it, they were neck and neck in practice, it's just that Davis showed more flashes of potential throughout.  I thought of redshirting him, but I figured he'd work well getting game time with little to no expectations on the team. 

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