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April 24, 2011 at 7:17 AM

Sunday links — Scrimmage, Locker and more

The NFL Draft is, thankfully, just five days away now. And we’ll have all kinds of coverage of it this week, kicking off with a pair of stories for Sunday’s paper on Jake Locker.

— First is Danny O’Neil’s story in which he asked a number of NFL experts to evaluate Locker’s pro possibilities.

— Next is my story looking at how Locker and his representatives have gone about planning some of his off-field activities.

— Finally is this chart on the top QBs available.

— Speaking of Locker, he was actually at UW’s scrimmage on Saturday, which I noted in my story on that even for the print edition.

— Here is the scrimmage report from UW’s official site, GoHuskies.com.

— All kinds of stories out there linking Locker to various teams. But this one from the Minneapolis Star-Tribune has lots of good detail on what the Vikings may be thinking.

— Here’s more on UW’s new president.

— Eastern Washington, UW’s first foe next year, got a big game out of a receiver with an intriguing story. Demitrius Bronson had 19 yards on seven carries for the Eagles.

— The Orange County Register says Rick Neuheisel felt compelled to apologize after a sloppy offensive performance in the Bruins’ spring scrimmage Saturday. Here’s more on UCLA.

— Cal, which has seemingly had a deep stable of RBs for years, suddenly has question marks at that spot and may need to depend on one-time UW commit Brendon Bigelow in the fall. And it appears as if Zach Maynard is running No. 1 at QB for the Bears.

— USC coach Lane Kiffin, meanwhile, says he’s unsure which direction the Trojans are headed after a spring game in which the defense got the better of the offense.

— Here’s a look at Utah’s post-spring depth chart.

— Arizona State bucked the trend by getting a big performance from its offense in its spring game.

All for now.

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