Keith Price is finally healthy after playing all of last season on two sore ankles and an injured knee.
The Washington Huskies are ironing out the kinks, as spring football continues in Seattle this week. And that includes quarterback Keith Price.
Price, a junior this year, played all 13 games last season with two bad ankles and a bum left knee. Months later, he is finally healthy, and the team expects more school records to fall.
"It's really dangerous, he has his legs back and he's healthy, so we should expect big things from him this spring season and going into the fall," said running back Bishop Sankey.
"One thing for sure is that he is going to be able to run and make plays with his legs," said receiver James Johnson. "I don't think any team experienced that last year because of his injuries. Our offense is going to be very successful, we just have to keep putting the work in every day."
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