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March 9, 2010 at 7:44 PM

Pro Day tomorrow, and a few links

A quick reminder that UW will hold its annual Pro Day tomorrow, when recently graduated seniors, and possibly others who graduated earlier, will work out for NFL scouts.
As far as I know, all the obvious players will participate, such as Donald Butler and Daniel Te’o-Nesheim, though I don’t have a list. And being in Arizona at spring training, I will not be able to cover the event.
However, Danny O’Neil of our staff will cover it and pass along info on his blog, that I will link to here (and pass along whatever else I can find on it, as well).
Another good source of info on Pro Days is this page on NFL.com.
By the way, it’s not open to the public.
Now for a few links. …
George Schroeder, whose day job is as the columnist at the Eugene Register-Guard, penned this good preview of Pac-10 spring football for SI.com. Schroeder writes that UW could be the Pac-10 team best positioned to take a big leap next season.
Nick Daschel examines the WR position in the Pac-10 heading into the spring and includes Jermaine Kearse among those you can vote for as best receiver.
— ESPN’s Ted Miller analyzes the possible impact of yet another intriguing hire in the Pac-10 office.
— Interesting story from the Arizona Daily Star on UA tackle Adam Grant, who is expecting to get a sixth year of eligibility, allowed to practice while still waiting for a ruling. Grant is from Puyallup and initially committed to UW in 2004 before changing his mind when Keith Gilbertson was fired, something I wrote about a couple years ago.
Ken Goe of The Oregonian with a few other Pac-10 links.
All for now.

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