University of Washington punter Sean Douglas and cornerback Dashon Goldson have accepted invitations to play in the annual East-West Shrine game on Jan. 20 in Houston.
Douglas ended his college career with an average of 43.12 yards per punt, best in UW history. He also launched the two longest punts in UW history: an 82-yarder and an 81-yarder, both at Oklahoma last September.
Goldson had 50 tackles, one interception, recovered one fumble and broke up a team-high 10 passes last season.
They will join a list of 141 former Huskies who have played in the Shrine game since 1925.
UW punter Sean Douglas and defensive back Dashon Goldson have been selected to play in the annual Jan. 20 in Houston.