No. 10 Washington loses RB Davis for season
Kyle Bonagura, ESPN Personnel WriterAug 22, 2023, 04:21 PM ET
- Covers the Pac-12.
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- Attended Washington State University.Washington sophomore running
back Cameron Davis will miss out on the upcoming season for the No. 10 Huskies with a lower-body injury suffered in practice recently, coach Kalen DeBoer revealed Tuesday.”Webcam is a huge part of [the offense],”DeBoer informed local press reporters.”It’s his 2nd year in the system, works so hard, leads properly, disciplined man. He not only does an excellent task with the ball in his hands, however in pass defense he knows everything inside and out.”As a freshman, Davis scored 13 touchdowns and ranked
2nd on the group with 522 rushing lawns on 107 carries. He was anticipated to be the function running back this season following the departure of Wayne Taulapapa.Editor’s Picks 2 Associated Among the players who appear to be in line for more substantial functions because of Davis’injury are Mississippi State transfer Dillon Johnson and Will Nixon. Johnson ran for 1,198 yards in three seasons, playing for the late Mike Leach.”We’ve got guys who have come into the program, guys who have already been here,”DeBoer stated. “It’s a competitive room, and men are going to have
opportunities to step up.” DeBoer also revealed sophomore offending lineman Gaard Memmelaar will miss the season because of injury.Washington hosts Boise State in its season opener on Sept. 2.