Washington junior RB Dwayne Washington and sophomore RB Lavon Coleman are both listed as starters on the depth chart.
The News Tribune's Christian Caple is speculating that Washington freshman QB Jake Browning will be named the team's starting quarterback.
Washington HC Chris Petersen still has yet to decide who will be the team's starting quarterback in the 2015 season.
Washington redshirt junior LB Travis Feeney "is a terrific athlete and a three down prospect at linebacker," according to TFY Draft Insider Tony Pauline.
Washington freshman QB Jake Browning struggled in practice on Monday, throwing three interceptions.
Washington senior T Dexter Charles has chosen to retire due to a knee injury.
Washington senior WR Jaydon Mickens' "game is built on quickness and agility," CBS Sports' Rob Rang notes.
Washington redshirt junior LB Travis Feeney "possesses the gangly frame that seems better suited to strong safety in the NFL," CBS Sports' Rob Rang observes.
Washington junior RB Dwayne Washington "could emerge as a legitimate NFL prospect," according to CBS Sports' Rob Rang.
NFL Media draft analyst Chad Reuter postulates that Washington senior WR Jaydon Mickens could be a nice mid-round target if he adds some weight.
Washington freshman CB Naijel Hale was dismissed from the team on Wednesday for disciplinary reasons.
Washington HC Chris Petersen is hoping for a "breakout year" from junior RB Dwayne Washington and believes he "could do some special things," Seattle Times' Adam Jude reports.
Freshman QB Jake Browning is in the mix to be Washington's starter this year.
Washington sophomore S Budda Baker "is a great athlete who could also get some looks on offense and as a return man," writes Sports on Earth's Matt Brown.
Washington sophomore QB Jeff Lindquist is the only signal-caller on the roster who has taken a collegiate snap.