Todd McShay's big board (fully available here) was updated and it includes three Washington Huskies.
Here is what he had to say about each of them along with their rankings:
#18 Sidney Jones, CB, Washington
At 6-foot and 181 pounds, Jones is long and a smooth mover, but he needs to get stronger. He has shown the ability to play press coverage and is also adept at playing off-coverage. Jones, who had 3 INTs, six pass breakups and two forced fumbles this season, is physical for a smaller-framed guy, too.
#20 John Ross, WR, Washington
Ross has always had great speed, but he improved his route running this year and saw immediate dividends with a 17-touchdown season. His stock shot up after he showed the ability to handle physical coverage. If he runs as fast as expected at the NFL combine, Ross could very well be a first-rounder.
#29 Budda Baker, S, Washington
At 5-10 and 192 pounds, Baker is an undersized safety prospect, but when you watch the film, he's all over the field. A three-year starter, Baker was the only Pac-12 defensive back to finish this season with double-digit tackles for loss. He also added two interceptions and six pass breakups.