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June 23, 2011 at 8:39 AM

Thursday links — QBs, freshmen and more

We’ll start with this story by our live chat guest of a few weeks ago, Adam Gorney of Rivals.com, and his story on future UW QBs Cyler Miles and Jeff Lindquist, each of whom participated in the NIKE camp last week at Husky Stadium.

The story focuses on the fact that each said they were not worried about the fact that they will have a lot of competition at UW, Miles quoted as saying that he made his decision “without looking at depth charts.”

The two are each committed to UW for the Class of 2011, two of 11 current commits for that class, and will be two of five QBs on the roster in 2012, all of whom will be juniors or younger.

IN OTHER NEWS. …

— ESPN.com’s Ted Miller looks at potential impact freshmen in the Pac-12 next year, citing Austin Seferian-Jenkins for the Huskies.

— A Titans’ blogger has some issues with some of Mel Kiper’s comments about Jake Locker.

Jon Wilner catches up with Pac-12 commish Larry Scott. Nothing startling but a good progress report on where things stand right now on a number of issues.

— Former USC football player-turned-sportswriter Lonnie White says he got money while a Trojan in the early ’80s.

All for now.

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