As noted below, we’ll have a post-signing day chat at noon. Until then, a few links. …
— Times columnist Jerry Brewer detailed how UW landed Antavius Sims.
— Mason Kelley wrote about how UW stayed committed to Jamaal Jones through his injury.
— I gave out some grades for everyone’s class in the Pac-12.
— Brewer with a few more thoughts on signing day from his blog.
— The lone unsigned recruit apparently still considering UW is QB Jacoby Brissett, still expected to announce a decision tomorrow, though the Palm Beach Post says he’s leaning toward Miami.
— The San Jose Mercury News examines how Joseph Gray ended up with San Jose State instead of UW.
— ESPN.com’s Ted Miller gives UW’s recruiting class a B-minus.
— Bud Withers writes that WSU emphasized JC linemen.
— The Denver Post notes Colorado not only stole two commits from UW but also ones from Arizona State, Boise State and UCLA.
— A few stories on Cal’s good haul.
— The Oregonian with everything you’d want to know about the Ducks’ class and Oregon State’s.
— The latter link includes a John Canzano column about the apparent mystery that is the future of James Rodgers.
— George Schroeder wonders if De’Anthony Thomas’ shift signals a change in power in the Pac-12.
— Utah loaded up on running backs.
— Lots of recruiting links and notes on Stanford and Cal.
— Arizona’s class got tepid reviews.
— Arizona State had a small class but felt it at least met its needs.
— Apparently a little bit of a staff shakeup at Nebraska, which hosts UW next September.
All for now.