The University of Washington is represented this week at the 2012 Senior Bowl by OG Senio Kelemete, DT Alameda Ta'amu, and RB Chris Polk. I've hit on Polk already a little bit today but I wanted to point you to a couple of interviews at New England Patriots Draft.com on the two former Husky linemen.
But first - here is a little bit - good and bad - that is being said about Kelemete and Ta'amuby ESPN/Draft Insider.net's Tony Pauline:
Mon: Ta'amu displayed great power today and bullrushed blockers off the ball all afternoon. He's big and powerful with a thick lower body which he gets the most out of.
Tues: Not as good as Monday but continues to show a lot of power and force.
Mon: Kelemete was one of the most athletic blockers on the field. He's fluid, blocks with terrific fundamentals and is strong at the point. He did a great job squaring into defenders then holding the point. Terrific start.
Tues: Took a step back today. Very athletic but was beaten several times by a variety of defenders with inside moves and power.
Now, with a big tip of the cap to New England Patriots Draft.com - the interviews.
For more on the 2012 Senior Bowl, make sure you check out SBN's Mocking the Draft. For more on the Seahawks, head over to Field Gulls, and for everything Huskies, go to the UW Dawg Pound.