WSU completed day three of fall camp on Sunday and with day three came the debut of padded practices. Which also meant the return of bull in the ring.
One of the big stories of spring football was move of wide receiver Kassidy Woods to inside receiver. Woods received plenty of praise from Mike Leach for his transition during spring. It appears that move is still paying dividends.
The move from outside to inside WR for Kassidy Woods been one of the more fascinating developments at #WSU during spring/fall camp. Mostly because of how well it’s been working. Here are a few clips of Woods during 1-on-1 work today. pic.twitter.com/TgYAcRtiSh— Theo Lawson (@TheoLawson_SR) August 5, 2019
The Cougs already had plenty of weapons at the skill positions. Adding another factor in Woods — a type of player the Cougs haven’t really had at inside receiver — is going to be a problem for defenses.
Oh and don’t forget Dez Patmon is still one of those problems. He made a very familiar catch around the 25 second mark of this day three recap.
And finally, Mike Leach’s thoughts on everything.
Fall Camp Practice 3 Recap!— Washington State Football (@WSUCougarFB) August 5, 2019
Highlights - Post Practice Interviews:
- Coach Leach
- Coach Dave Nichol
- Max Borghi
- Dillon Sherman
- Bryce Beekman#GoCougs | #JoinTheHunt
Link | https://t.co/rv3Q28V0PR pic.twitter.com/FSTeBVHQrN
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