Just in case anyone missed Matthew’s post below, here is the link. I can’t say enough about the post. If you haven’t read it, go do that now.
Today we get to know our Dawgs who play fullback. This falls at a convenient time since there are two of them and I’m on vacation so I don’t really want to write that much. Suckers. With that being said, there is a few notes after the jump about the first week of the Huskies training camp.
Jonathan Amosa (SR)
Who scored the first touchdown of the 2011 Husky football season? If you had Jonathan Amosa in that pool, you were probably the only one. You were also correct. Amosa was thrust into the starting role last season after Zach Fogerson retired due to injury. The word I’d use to describe Amosa’s play is adequate. He got the job done but nothing too much more. He seemed like he blocked pretty well but he’s nowhere near the Stanley Havili type player that Sark had at USC. He came to U-Dub as a walk-on but was awarded a scholarship two years ago and has since became a regular. He seems like a good guy to root for. I would expect him to be on the field about half of the offensive plays, splitting time with Dezden Petty and off the field when the Dawgs go with a one-back formation.
Psalm Wooching (FR)
Psalm has the best name on the team. That’s a quality that really can’t be looked over. While Amosa is adequate, Wooching has a chance to be something more. He could be more of the Stanley Havili type I had mentioned above. With that being said, it looks as if this Hawaiian is headed for a redshirt year. I’m excited to see what Psalm could become but that might not come for another year or two.
More notes after the jump. Continue reading