The Huskies just came off the field from their first practice of the new season.
The record will show that Jake Locker's first pass of the season -- in a 7-on-7 drill -- was intercepted by safety Mesphin Forrester.
Tailbacks Curtis Shaw and Willie Griffin looked about as good and seemed to be running 1-2 among the freshman runners. Freshmen tailbacks Brandon Johnson and Brandon Yakaboski also make their debut in the Huskies backfield.
However, Nate Williams, a tailback/defensive back candidate from Renton, worked exclusively on defense.
Another newcomer to the secondary was Byron Davenport, a transfer from UCLA. He's small, but looked quick and seemed as comfortable as a newcomer with Pac-10 experience should.
Freshman receiver Alvin Logan looked lean, long and strong and ran like a greyhound.
The most impressive walk-on may have been Kiel Rasp, a punter from Nathan Hale High School, who seemed to launch balls higher and farther than spring incumbents Jared Ballman and Ryan Perkins.
"I thought the team ran as well as any of the teams I've had here," Willingham said. "That's a good start. … We hustled. Defensively we still have to learn some lessons about how to fly around and how to do some things. But for a first day, as I told our team, I thought it was OK. Not great, but OK."