DE Washington surgingAt the conclusion of spring drills, former blue-chip recruit R.J. Washington found himself as the fifth defensive end behind David King and on the brink of falling out of the defensive-end rotation altogether. But Washington’s understanding of the defensive scheme is finally catching up to his remarkable athleticism. Now, the redshirt freshman is making a push to become the team’s fourth defensive end, behind English, Jeremy Beal and Frank Alexander. "He has made some great progress as far as understanding what he needs to do, and understanding the defense as a whole,” English said. "He’s an amazing athlete from the standpoint that he can just go. He can really get off the ball and he’s extremely fast. "But working within the scheme more than anything is something where I’ve seen him progress.”
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