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April 12, 2011 at 8:49 AM

Tuesday morning links and notes — Huskies back at it today

A quick reminder that UW will be back on the field today at 4 p.m. at Husky Stadium for practice number seven of 15 this spring.

— Here is CoachSark’s Top Five from Saturday, including praise for receiver DiAndre Campbell.

— ESPN draft analyst Todd McShay apparently said this morning that Jake Locker will be taken in the Top 16.

Rob Rang of NFLDraftScout.com has Locker going 10th in his latest mock draft.

— Here’s a recap of some of the thoughts on Locker and other QBs from former NFL coach Jon Gruden, who is hosting shows on ESPN breaking down their games.

— In a chat on Monday, Tom Dienhart of Rivals.com gave this assessment of UW:

Sark has UW on the rise, but the Pac-12 North will be tough with Oregon and Stanford. And UW has some issues. Who will replace Jake Locker at QB? Keith Price? Nick Montana? Washington is proven at running back and receiver, the secondary is good and experienced and the special teams are solid.

Mason Foster is reportedly visiting the Rams today and tomorrow.

— You can follow Foster on Twitter.

— The National Football Post grades Nate Williams as a seventh-rounder.

— Washington State unveiled new uniforms last night — you can find links to those here, as well as lots of other stuff, from Vince Grippi.

— ESPN.com’s Ted Miller also examines the new duds and notes that Arizona State will have a similar unveiling today.

— You can vote on the new uniforms here.

— Miller also has lots of news and notes on Cal.

— Oregon coach Chip Kelly didn’t like a question about an injury Monday.

— Utah is worried about depth at QB after a shaky offensive performance in a scrimmage Monday.

All for now.

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