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March 7, 2012 at 2:34 PM

Wednesday afternoon links and notes

A few links and notes for Wednesday afternoon. …

— Scout.com has released its updated rankings today for the Class of 2013, and its list of the top 300 players reinforces the perception that it will be a down year in the state of Washington. Just two Washington players are on the list — Skyline QB Max Browne at No. 5 overall, and Bellevue linebacker Myles Jack at No. 189. Both are among numerous players that you can see on the list have offers from Washington.

Last year, five in-state players were on Scout.com’s final top 300 — Josh Garnett (42), Zach Banner (72), Jeff Lindquist (158), KeiVarae Russell (207) and Cedric Dozier (293).

— UW confirmed today that Dennis Slutak, the school’s assistant athletic director for football operations, has left. He was said to have departed to pursue other opportunities. He was one of a handful of staffers who came from USC with Steve Sarkisian following the 2008 season.

— A few of you have asked if UW’s Pro Day tomorrow is open to the public. It is not. But it is open to the media and we’ll be there to report on it, as I’m sure will numerous others. CoachSark’s site lists the 16 former Huskies who will participate and also details the drills involved.

— I should have passed this along earlier, but Jayda Evans has a nice story today on Regina Rogers, daughter of former Husky football star Reggie Rogers. The story touches on the complicated family dynamic involved.

— ESPN.com’s Ted Miller updates recruiting in the Pac-12 so far. To clarify, however, while ESPN.com lists UW as having a commitment from RB Aaron Baltazar, other recruiting sites do not, and he has been quoted recently saying he is not committed to UW, though he is heavily considering the Huskies.

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