The two players who may be the top two recruits in the state for the Class of 2011 — receiver Kasen Williams of Skyline and tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins of Gig Harbor — each visited practice Wednesday.
Day 3 highlights
A hundred or so fans attended UW’s workout at Husky Stadium. The team finally got to do at least a little hitting, wearing shoulder pads for the first time to go along with helmets. UW coach Steve Sarkisian thought some of the younger players showed some of the wear and tear of their first week of college football. “There were probably more mental mistakes in this practice than there has been. But that’s somewhat normal,” he said.
UW will take the field at 3 p.m. Thursday at Husky Stadium in helmets and shoulder pads. The practice is open to the public.
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