Fall camp starts Monday at Husky Stadium.
The Huskies on Sunday released their new 105-man roster, a day before the start of fall camp.
A few tidbits:
— Redshirt freshman cornerback Byron Murphy has switched from jersey No. 6 to No. 1. … WR Andre Baccellia has switched from No. 19 to No. 5 … DB Myles Bryant from No. 31 to No. 5 … DB Jomon Dotson from No. 20 to No. 10 … LB Jusstis Warren from No. 10 to No. 45.
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— Freshmen jersey numbers: RB Salvon Ahmed (26); OL Henry Bainivalu (66); TE Hunter Bryant (19); WR Terrell Bynum (28); WR Alex Cook (15); QB Jake Haener (13); WR Ty Jones (20); OL Jaxson Kirkland (65); DB Brandon McKinney (11); CB Elijah Molden (3); LB Ariel Ngata (52); OL Cole Norgaard (63); TE Cade Otton (83); OLB Joe Tryon (51).
— Not included on the fall camp roster are two signees from the 2017 class: DL Ali Gaye of Edmonds-Woodway High, and LB Jordan Lolohea from Salt Lake City. Gaye is expected to grayshirt this season; Lolohea is taking a two-year church mission.
— Kentwood High product Josiah Bronson, a transfer from Temple, will wear No. 90. Bronson will have to sit out this season, per NCAA transfer rules. He is the brother of onetime UW running back Demitrius Bronson.
— New walk-ons: DL Jarryn Bush (Timberline HS, Lacey); PK Peyton Henry (Monte Vista HS, Danville, Calif.); RB Nate Inlenfeldt (Notre Dame Academy, Green Bay, Wisc.); OL Chase Skuza (Sumner HS); WR DeShon Williams (Tahoma HS, Maple Valley; Colorado State-Pueblo).
— Several roster losses (scholarship guys): CB Brandon Lewis and WR Nik Little have each taken a medical retirement. Lewis is still around the program, assisting in the recruiting office; and Little has remained involved on the administrative side of things. Senior safety Trevor Walker has transferred to Texas Tech, and QB Tony Rodriguez has graduated and will focus on his young family, Chris Petersen said Sunday.
— CB Myles Bryant, who got on the field last year as a walk-on true freshman, has earned a scholarship, Petersen said.
— Player bios have been updated at gohuskies.com.
Note that the Huskies will have three fall-camp practices open to the public: Friday, Aug. 4, starting at 3:30 p.m.; Sunday Aug. 6 (Picture Day), starting at 2:50 p.m.; and Friday, Aug. 11, starting at 2:50 p.m. Those three practices will be held at Husky Stadium.