Austin Seferian-Jenkins was pretty much the lone bright spot for the Washington Huskies last season in their 52-17 loss at Arizona.
The tight end caught eight passes for 110 yards and a touchdown. He wasn’t the only tight end in the Pac-12 to have success against the UA. In fact, every tight end that played against the Wildcats caught at least two passes.
All total, the starting tight ends in the nine Pac-12 games last season combined for 32 catches, 436 yards and six touchdowns against the Wildcats.
Here’s a rundown:
Team Player 2012 stats vs. UA
Oregon Colt Lyerla 2 catches, 53 yards
Oregon State Colby Prince 2 catches, 15 yards
Stanford Zach Ertz 6 catches, 64 yards, TD
Washington A. Seferian-Jenkins 8 catches, 110 yards, TD
USC Xavier Grimble 2 catches, 29 yards, TD
UCLA Joseph Fauria 5 catches, 81 yards, 2 TDs
Colorado Kyle Slavin 2 catches, 17 yards
Utah Jake Murphy 3 catches, 47 yards, TD
Arizona State Chris Coyle 2 catches, 20 yards