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Look Out for a Loaded Transfer Class for Washington in 2024

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Prior to Michael Penix Jr.’s arrival in Seattle, Washington finished the 2021 season 4-8 with a 3-6 conference record. In his first season following his transfer from Indiana, Penix led the Huskies to an 11-2 record including an Alamo Bowl win over Texas. Following yet another bowl win, this time in the CFP over Texas once again, Penix is on the verge of becoming the best quarterback in Washington Huskies history.

After back-to-back seasons of over 4,600 passing yards for Washington, Penix becomes just the second to accomplish that feat along with NFL superstar Patrick Mahomes. In addition to Penix, Mississippi State transfer RB Dillon Johnson has been a stud for Washington, racking up a whopping 1,162 yards and 16 touchdowns in his first season with the Huskies.

With potentially the biggest game in Washington football history set to take place Monday, Husky fans are fully locked in on the National Championship. A matchup with undefeated, No.1 Michigan looms for the 2023 Huskies, and TPR decided to look at their already stacked incoming transfer class for the 2024 campaign, their first in the BIG10. A class that is highlighted by talent on all sides of the ball will have the Huskies in contention for a conference championship and another playoff appearance.

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