A few Monday night notes to pass along. …
— UW coach Steve Sarkisian had an in-home visit tonight with Bellevue OL Jake Eldrenkamp. But there is no commitment yet from Eldrenkamp, which was confirmed in a Tweet from the Bellevue football Twitter feed, which reported that “Big Jake is still weighing his options.”
Mason Kelley, who covers high schools for the Times, reported that that was the plan, that Eldrenkamp was expected to have his in-home visits and take a few days and possibly make a decision later this week, choosing either UW or WSU. As you can also see in the Bellevue Football Twitter feed, WSU coach Mike Leach is expected to visit Eldrenkamp later in the week.
— Kelley also joins with his father, Steve, for their latest K Kast, which includes some thoughts on the Seattle Times Blue Chip package that ran in Sunday’s paper.
— Trey Griffey, a receiver and son of Ken Griffey Jr., has committed to Arizona. UW plays at Arizona next Oct. 20. And while the Pac-12’s new rotating schedule means the Huskies will miss two of the South teams every year, UW won’t miss Arizona until the 2017-18 seasons, so Husky fans should get lots of looks at Griffey throughout his career.
— Tony Pauline, a draft analyst for SI.com, says Senio Kelemete was one of the winners of the first day of the Senior Bowl.
All for now.