Washington’s Bryce Sinn (No. 41) lays a hit on Oskaloosa quarterback Ethan Arnold. Photo courtesy of Susan Harshman/Washington Demon football.
Last month, Washington senior Bryce Sinn put pen to paper and committed to being the next Demon football player to join the Loras College Duhawks football team. Sinn will be one of three former Washington players set to suit up for the Duhawks this fall, joining Mason Quigley (2014) and Jeff Knupp (2015) on the squad.
Loras College defensive coordinator Josh Edwards was a guest on this week’s PM Sports Page and spoke about where Sinn fits on the team. He says with a 6′3 240-pound frame, Sinn enters the program with measurements the Duhawks likes in his defensive lineman. Edwards adds as he watched his highlight tape, he saw a great first step out of Sinn and says he plays with his hands very well.
Sinn closed his high school career as the 2016 Class 3A District 5 defensive most valuable lineman. He recorded 64 total tackles, 16 tackles for loss, nine sacks, and four fumble recoveries.
The Loras College Duhawks are a Division III program based in Dubuque.