It was another day when I got pulled into helping with our Sonics coverage — which will actually also be the case for much of the rest of the week, as well.
So the updates on the blog may be a little more intermittent than I planned, but I will do what I can — and I promise not to neglect any significant news.
As noted earlier, UW reportedly had six recruits in for visits this weekend, but all were already committed so there was nothing expected in terms of a new commit.
In possibly the most noteworthy thing to come out of UW’s weekend, WR Darrell Daniels Tweeted afterward that he would not look into taking any other visits and is solidly committed to Washington.
UW, however, did find out today that it will not get offensive tackle Na’Ty Rogers, a Maryland native who considered UW because his father, Tyrone, was a starting DT on the 1991 national title team. Rogers said today he will sign with South Carolina.
So the Huskies’ search to add a few more offensive linemen before the Feb. 6 signing date continues.
IN OTHER NEWS. …
— Rivals.com released its final Top 100 today. The two Huskies on the list are QB Troy Williams at 71 and WR Damore’ea Stringfellow at 85. You can see a few other UW targets on the list, though, such as LB Reuben Foster at No. 6 and DT Eddie Vanderdoes at No. 32.
— Desmond Trufant is participating at the Senior Bowl this week and one SBNation analyst says Trufant helped himself with his play in practice today.