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February 4, 2010 at 12:01 PM

Thursday afternoon links

Still a lot out of signing day stuff out there. …
— Here’s an interesting take from Hawaii on some of the ones who got away from the local school, including Lawrence Lagafuaina, who said UW’s culinary school helped in his choice to become a Husky.
— Lots of Huskies mentioned in this story on LA-area signees.
— This story out of Hawaii notes Hauoli Jamora has a 3.5 GPA and wants to go into medicine at UW.
John Timu is quoted in this story saying his knee rehab is going well.
— Here’s a picture of Nick Montana and Erik Kohler at their signing day celebration yesterday.
Andrew Hudson says in this story he plans on playing a lot next season.
—There’s a mention of DiAndre Campbell in this story out of the Bay Area.
Jesse Callier is among the Old Spice Red Zone Players of the Year. They are all featured in a full page ad today in USA Today. He’s the only UW signee on the team.
All for now.

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