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January 18, 2013 at 3:02 PM

Friday afternoon news and notes

A few notes and links for Friday afternoon. …

— As referenced earlier on Twitter and on the chat, Grey Ruegamer is returning to UW, apparently as an assistant strength and conditioning coach. He played in the NFL from 1998-2009 and also played at Arizona State when current UW OL coach Dan Cozzetto was also the offensive coordinator and OL coach there. Ruegamer worked in a similar position at UW in 2009-10 and spent last year as an assistant at Chapparal High School in Scottsdale, Az.

— UW commit Daeshon Hall has been named the Dallas Area Defensive Player of the Year by the Dallas Morning News.

— For those  who have asked if UW will  benefit in recruiting from the coaching change at Oregon, news has surfaced that the Robinson twins — Tyree and Tyrell — will now visit UW along with USC and Ohio State after deciding to re-consider their options:

Each are four-star potential two-sport players (football and basketball) who could be OLBs, DBs or receivers in football. Maybe not so coincidentally, UW assistant Marques Tuiasosopo Tweeted today about having been in San Diego.

Mason Kelley of HuskyNation also reported today that UW will have a sixth visitor in this weekend — the five mentioned earlier as well as DE Marcus Farria. All have already commited to UW.

— UCLA is hosting a pair of UW targets this week in Bellevue LB Myles Jack  and Kylie Fitts. And as the story notes, Jack’s last visit on Feb. 2 will be to Florida State, and not to Oregon as had earlier been reported.

— JC DE Marcus Hardison, who had been considering UW along with a few other schools, committed today to Arizona State.

— As a reminder, Drew Schaefer is scheduled to play in the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl this weekend.

Bruce Feldman of CBSSports.com with some good stuff on UCLA and Oregon as well as Manti Te’o in his weekly mailbag.

— Rivals.com reviews the schools having the biggest recruiting weekends.

— Stanford offensive coordinator Pep Hamilton is leaving to take a similar job with the Colts.

— A couple of key members of Oregon’s athletic department are leaving for Philadelphia, as well.

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