Washington ranked fourth ‘most comfortable’ QB situation in Pac-12

A report from Jon Wilner of The Mercury News ranks the Washington Huskies as the fourth “most comfortable” quarterback situation in the Pac-12.

From The Mercury News:

Could see sophomore Daniel Bridge-Gadd winning the backup spot, but it would seemingly take an extreme situation for UW to play either of its heralded newcomers, Jacob Sirmon and Colson Yankoff. I have slotted the Huskies behind Arizona State because of the disparity in experienced depth … and because I expect Manny Wilkins to close the gap with Browning.

Jake Browning is the undisputed starter for the Huskies. While he’s not the electric, dynamic playmaker many elite, College Football Playoff hopefuls crave, he’s nonetheless reliable and consistent. Browning threw for 2,719 yards, 19 touchdowns and just five interceptions last season.

Here’s the full list of Pac-12 quarterback comfort ratings from Wilner:

  1. Arizona
  2. Oregon
  3. Arizona State
  4. Washington
  5. Stanford
  6. Cal
  7. Utah
  8. UCLA
  9. Colorado
  10. USC
  11. Oregon State
  12. Washington State

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