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  • :p Just had to take a poke at Moore that the Huskies are getting an extremely talented QB while the Cougars have....no idea who they have.

    Brock Huard:

    One of the most immensely talented guys I've seen throw a football, in person, Jacob Eason

    When I've watched him in person and done a couple of Georgia games, including his spring game, and got to see him person, he is so immensely gifted, throwing a football.

    This is called an embarrassment of riches...
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    The Seattle Times:

    Sources: Georgia QB Jacob Eason, the former Lake Stevens star, expected to transfer to UW

    The former Gatorade national player of the year had considered the Huskies during his initial recruitment out of Lake Stevens more than two years ago.

    Barring a last-minute change of heart, former Lake Stevens High School star quarterback Jacob Eason is expected to transfer from Georgia to Washington for the next step in his college football career, multiple sources told The Seattle Times.

    Eason, a strong-armed 6-foot-5 sophomore, would have to sit out the 2018 season under NCAA transfer rules. He then would have two seasons of eligibility remaining.

    A former five-star recruit, Eason had considered the Huskies during his initial recruitment out of Lake Stevens. In 2014, during coach Chris Petersen’s first spring at UW, Eason was a regular at Husky practices, throwing a football with friends on the Husky Stadium sideline while wearing Husky gear.


    He wound up sticking with his long-standing commitment to Georgia and won the starting job as a true freshman in 2016. That season he threw for 2,430 yards with 16 touchdowns and eight interceptions.

    https://www.seattletimes.com/sports/uw- ... fer-to-uw/
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  • According to the Dan Patrick Show he wanted to transfer to Notre Dame, but they said thanks, but no thanks. If i'm a UW fan i'm hoping that once Browning is done this year Yankoff beats Eason out.
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  • I wouldn't take Eason here if I was Coach Pete.

    He didn't choose you the first time, you weren't his first choice to transfer to, yet he now crawls his way back home.
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  • Brock Huard. "He reminds me throwing the football of Matthew Stafford,it is like a little Nerf football in his hand."
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  • ivotuk wrote:Brock Huard. "He reminds me throwing the football of Matthew Stafford,it is like a little Nerf football in his hand."



    I remember people being enamored with Jamarcus Russell's arm also.
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  • Stats as a freshman at Georgia: 55% completion percentage. 16 TDS, 8 Int's.

    Fromm's freshman stats in the same offense: 62%, 24 and 7.
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  • Btw, if you want your son to grow up to play QB at UW it would be smart to name him Jacob.

    In the last 10 years:

    Jake Locker
    Jake Browning
    Jake Haener
    Jacob Sirmon
    Jacob Eason
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  • I hope he's the last Jake. Like seriously lol


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  • ivotuk wrote::while the Cougars have....no idea who they have.



    Camm Cooper. You can enjoy the outcast from my High School, we’re fine.
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  • Eason got beat out by a freshman once it will happen again.
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  • From what I've been reading, Georgia is very much biased on their homeboys. All the others are from there and Eason was an out of stater.

    The two coaches who recruited Eason — Mike Bobo and Mark Richt — are no longer at Georgia. Kirby Smart is the Bulldogs coach and has made a point of keeping the state’s best talents from leaving.

    And Fromm is from Warner Robins, Georgia.

    “When (Fromm) goes to Notre Dame and beats Notre Dame, I looked right there ... and looked at the upcoming games,” said KJR 950 AM analyst and former NFL quarterback Hugh Millen. “(Georgia) was playing Samford next and I thought this guy is going to get on a big winning streak and they’re not going back to Eason.”

    If that weren’t enough, the Bulldogs have even more talent waiting in the wings.

    Smart also signed five-star quarterback Justin Fields. At 6-foot-3 and 220 pounds, he’s the consensus No. 2 player in the nation.

    Only Clemson signee Trevor Lawrence is considered a better prospect. Both Fields and Lawrence are from Georgia.


    http://www.thenewstribune.com/sports/co ... 69669.html
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  • In other transfer news, WR Brayden Dickey (Lenius) is transferring out as a grad transfer.
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  • KitsapGuy wrote:From what I've been reading, Georgia is very much biased on their homeboys. All the others are from there and Eason was an out of stater.

    The two coaches who recruited Eason — Mike Bobo and Mark Richt — are no longer at Georgia. Kirby Smart is the Bulldogs coach and has made a point of keeping the state’s best talents from leaving.

    And Fromm is from Warner Robins, Georgia.

    “When (Fromm) goes to Notre Dame and beats Notre Dame, I looked right there ... and looked at the upcoming games,” said KJR 950 AM analyst and former NFL quarterback Hugh Millen. “(Georgia) was playing Samford next and I thought this guy is going to get on a big winning streak and they’re not going back to Eason.”

    If that weren’t enough, the Bulldogs have even more talent waiting in the wings.

    Smart also signed five-star quarterback Justin Fields. At 6-foot-3 and 220 pounds, he’s the consensus No. 2 player in the nation.

    Only Clemson signee Trevor Lawrence is considered a better prospect. Both Fields and Lawrence are from Georgia.


    http://www.thenewstribune.com/sports/co ... 69669.html


    Biased on their homeboys? They’re biased to the better qb’s, just helps that they’re from Georgia. Eason is a good qb, no doubt about it, but both Fromm and even more so Fields, are special.
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  • ivotuk wrote::p Just had to take a poke at Moore that the Huskies are getting an extremely talented QB while the Cougars have....no idea who they have.

    Brock Huard:

    One of the most immensely talented guys I've seen throw a football, in person, Jacob Eason

    When I've watched him in person and done a couple of Georgia games, including his spring game, and got to see him person, he is so immensely gifted, throwing a football.

    This is called an embarrassment of riches...
    (710 Podcast)

    http://sports.mynorthwest.com/category/ ... k+and+Salk

    The Seattle Times:

    Sources: Georgia QB Jacob Eason, the former Lake Stevens star, expected to transfer to UW

    The former Gatorade national player of the year had considered the Huskies during his initial recruitment out of Lake Stevens more than two years ago.

    Barring a last-minute change of heart, former Lake Stevens High School star quarterback Jacob Eason is expected to transfer from Georgia to Washington for the next step in his college football career, multiple sources told The Seattle Times.

    Eason, a strong-armed 6-foot-5 sophomore, would have to sit out the 2018 season under NCAA transfer rules. He then would have two seasons of eligibility remaining.



    A former five-star recruit, Eason had considered the Huskies during his initial recruitment out of Lake Stevens. In 2014, during coach Chris Petersen’s first spring at UW, Eason was a regular at Husky practices, throwing a football with friends on the Husky Stadium sideline while wearing Husky gear.


    He wound up sticking with his long-standing commitment to Georgia and won the starting job as a true freshman in 2016. That season he threw for 2,430 yards with 16 touchdowns and eight interceptions.

    https://www.seattletimes.com/sports/uw- ... fer-to-uw/






    Cougs just graduated a Quarterback who owns all significant Pac 12 qb records. They just signed Camm Cooper who is an Elite 11 QB and highest ranked QB Leach has ever signed..... We're all set at QB, thanks


    I said on signing day, One of Sirmon or Yankoff will go the Montana, Williams route and transfer within 15 months. Now maybe both will!

    Good for UW though taking Georgias sloppy seconds.
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  • gowazzu02 wrote:
    ivotuk wrote::p Just had to take a poke at Moore that the Huskies are getting an extremely talented QB while the Cougars have....no idea who they have.

    Brock Huard:

    One of the most immensely talented guys I've seen throw a football, in person, Jacob Eason

    When I've watched him in person and done a couple of Georgia games, including his spring game, and got to see him person, he is so immensely gifted, throwing a football.



    This is called an embarrassment of riches...
    (710 Podcast)

    http://sports.mynorthwest.com/category/ ... k+and+Salk

    The Seattle Times:

    Sources: Georgia QB Jacob Eason, the former Lake Stevens star, expected to transfer to UW

    The former Gatorade national player of the year had considered the Huskies during his initial recruitment out of Lake Stevens more than two years ago.

    Barring a last-minute change of heart, former Lake Stevens High School star quarterback Jacob Eason is expected to transfer from Georgia to Washington for the next step in his college football career, multiple sources told The Seattle Times.

    Eason, a strong-armed 6-foot-5 sophomore, would have to sit out the 2018 season under NCAA transfer rules. He then would have two seasons of eligibility remaining.



    A former five-star recruit, Eason had considered the Huskies during his initial recruitment out of Lake Stevens. In 2014, during coach Chris Petersen’s first spring at UW, Eason was a regular at Husky practices, throwing a football with friends on the Husky Stadium sideline while wearing Husky gear.


    He wound up sticking with his long-standing commitment to Georgia and won the starting job as a true freshman in 2016. That season he threw for 2,430 yards with 16 touchdowns and eight interceptions.

    https://www.seattletimes.com/sports/uw- ... fer-to-uw/






    Cougs just graduated a Quarterback who owns all significant Pac 12 qb records. They just signed Camm Cooper who is an Elite 11 QB and highest ranked QB Leach has ever signed..... We're all set at QB, thanks


    I said on signing day, One of Sirmon or Yankoff will go the Montana, Williams route and transfer within 15 months. Now maybe both will!

    Good for UW though taking Georgias sloppy seconds.


    Not to mention he's only there because ND didn't want him.
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  • It's too bad he won't be eligible to play next year...that's when we need him the most.
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  • getnasty wrote:Eason got beat out by a freshman once it will happen again.


    That isn't true at all. Eason won the starting QB job, but suffered a knee injury in the first game of the season. Fromm came in and played well and Georgia was winning so they didn't go back to Eason once he was healthy again later in the season.

    Kudos to Fromm for taking the job after Eason got injured, but Eason was the starter before he got knocked out with a knee injury.
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  • getnasty wrote:
    gowazzu02 wrote:Good for UW though taking Georgias sloppy seconds.


    Not to mention he's only there because ND didn't want him.


    Lucky us. He's a damn good QB. I'm really forward to seeing him play at UW for coach Peterson. :0190l:
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  • Chapow wrote:
    getnasty wrote:
    gowazzu02 wrote:Good for UW though taking Georgias sloppy seconds.


    Not to mention he's only there because ND didn't want him.


    Lucky us. He's a damn good QB. I'm really forward to seeing him play at UW for coach Peterson. :0190l:

    How do we know this?The two freshman may be even better ..It has happened already to him
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  • As long as we get at least one good one out of the bunch, I'll be good. They all can't be Cyler Miles clones. :shock:
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  • yuge get

    5 star...wish he could supplant Brown-o next year...
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  • Debating which of these three quarterbacks are the best is pure speculation at this point. The salient point is that you need quality quarterback play to succeed at the higher levels of football and UW seems to have a wealth of them. Certainly more than any other team in the north division.
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  • DomeHawk wrote:Debating which of these three quarterbacks are the best is pure speculation at this point. The salient point is that you need quality quarterback play to succeed at the higher levels of football and UW seems to have a wealth of them. Certainly more than any other team in the north division.



    The old saying if you have 3 qbs you dont have 1 qb errr something like that lol
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  • gowazzu02 wrote:
    DomeHawk wrote:Debating which of these three quarterbacks are the best is pure speculation at this point. The salient point is that you need quality quarterback play to succeed at the higher levels of football and UW seems to have a wealth of them. Certainly more than any other team in the north division.



    The old saying if you have 3 qbs you dont have 1 qb errr something like that lol


    Virtually every college team has multiple QB's but probably not this close in ability. Having said that, this is every coach's dream come true, the competition is going to be phenomenal.

    It's a good problem to have.
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  • DomeHawk wrote:
    gowazzu02 wrote:
    DomeHawk wrote:Debating which of these three quarterbacks are the best is pure speculation at this point. The salient point is that you need quality quarterback play to succeed at the higher levels of football and UW seems to have a wealth of them. Certainly more than any other team in the north division.



    The old saying if you have 3 qbs you dont have 1 qb errr something like that lol


    Virtually every college team has multiple QB's but probably not this close in ability. Having said that, this is every coach's dream come true, the competition is going to be phenomenal.

    It's a good problem to have.


    As a fan of a rival school i'd much rather have UW stack up on QBs who are going to sit on the bench then have them stack up on DT's or some other position.
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  • KitsapGuy wrote:

    Really thought he was going to follow Smith to OSU.
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  • SeatownJay wrote:
    KitsapGuy wrote:

    Really thought he was going to follow Smith to OSU.


    Probably would have been the smarter play for him if he wanted playing time.
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  • JSeahawks wrote:
    DomeHawk wrote:
    gowazzu02 wrote:
    DomeHawk wrote:Debating which of these three quarterbacks are the best is pure speculation at this point. The salient point is that you need quality quarterback play to succeed at the higher levels of football and UW seems to have a wealth of them. Certainly more than any other team in the north division.



    The old saying if you have 3 qbs you dont have 1 qb errr something like that lol


    Virtually every college team has multiple QB's but probably not this close in ability. Having said that, this is every coach's dream come true, the competition is going to be phenomenal.

    It's a good problem to have.


    As a fan of a rival school i'd much rather have UW stack up on QBs who are going to sit on the bench then have them stack up on DT's or some other position.


    The top programs have great players stacked up at every position waiting their turn. The Huskies haven't quite returned to that level yet, but the fact that three of the nations top college recruits at that position have chosen to play at UW speaks volumes to where Coach Petersen has that program heading.
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