SEATTLE (AP) — From the standpoint of pure athleticism, there are might not be anyone on Washington's roster that can match wide receiver Kasen Williams.
So Williams didn't like it much when sophomore Austin Seferian-Jenkins, one of the few who could make the case of being equal to Williams, decided to add defensive end to his resume along with being one of the top tight ends in the country.
He also plays for Washington's basketball team.
The versatile Seferian-Jenkins is on his way to becoming one of the more dynamic players in Washington's football program.
He holds most Washington records for productivity by a tight end after less than two full seasons heading into Friday's Apple Cup against rival Washington State.