Competition at Positions Will Continue Throughout Spring Practice and on Into the Fall
Defense Starts Fast and Forces Three Turnovers, But Offense Wins the Day in First Major Spring Scrimmage
Cowboys Practice Outside in War Memorial Stadium for the First Time This Spring
UW This Season: Krill is the No. 1 tight end/H-back on the depth chart entering fall camp. His size and speed make him a tough matchup, and he adds another dimension to the UW offense.
Junior College: Krill played two seasons of junior-college football at Saddleback Community College in Mission Viejo, Calif. He was ranked as the No. 12-best JC tight end recruit in the country by 247Sports.com. Rivals.com gives Krill a three-star rating. He caught 10 passes for 98 yards and one touchdown as a sophomore in 2012. As a freshman in 2011, Krill had five receptions for 42 yards and one touchdown. His head coach at Saddleback Community College was Mark McElroy. Krill played his high school football at Aliso Niguel High in Mission Viejo.
Personal: Krill's brother, Brett, is a professional baseball player in the San Francisco Giants minor-league system. His father, John, played basketball at Texas A&M. Krill was also recruited by Connecticut, Ole Miss and Texas State. He is pursuing a degree in history at UW.