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Keith Price was anything but healthy all of last season.
In Washington's season opener against Eastern Washington, Price sprained his right knee and then sprained his left knee in the following game against Nebraska.
According to SB Nation Seattle, Price limped noticeably in the Huskies games against both Cal and Utah.
Continuing, Price had to sit out most of the second half against USC and didn't start against Oregon State because of a sprained left knee.
Price took 26 sacks last season, and his constant knee problems severely limited his mobility.
It wasn't until the Alamo Bowl, when playing after four weeks of rest, that Price was able to show what he was capable of when healthy.
He rushed for 39 yards and three TDs.
If Price can remain healthy next season, he will no doubt be a legitimate dual-threat capable of completing a 60 yard bomb for scrambling eight yards for the first down.
That versatility makes one of the most dangerous quarterbacks in the Pac-12.