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January 26, 2013 at 11:00 PM

Saturday night links — Times Blue Chips, Trufant Senior Bowl, and more

Just 10 days left  until  letter-of-intent signing day, which also means the annual unveiling of the Times’ listing of the top recruits int the state.

First, though, I’ll link a story by our Jayson Jenks on Bellevue linebacker Myles Jack, who is visiting UW this weekend as the only player with a scholarship offer visiting UW this weekend — the other visitor is walk-on WR  Ryan Turman, a close friend Jack’s. As the story notes, Jack is considered a commit to UCLA, but UW is hoping to way him with its visit this weekend. He is also scheduled to visit Florida State next weekend. So this could be one in which there is at least  some mystery until the Feb. 6 signing day.

Also part of the package is this story on Max Browne.

And the centerpiece of the package is the rankings of in-state players, which includes a listing of where they have committed. Here is the list of Blue Chips, which this year numbers just two — Jack and Browne. And here is the list of red and white chips.

IN OTHER NEWS. …

Desmond Trufant participated in the Senior Bowl today, won by the South 21-16. Here are some highlights. Trufant finished with two tackles. Doug Farrar of Yahoo.com says Trufant had an especially good week, and lots of people have speculated he will now be considered as a possible first-rounder.

Kasen Williams won UW’s men’s Performer of the Meet honors at the UW Invitational this weekend, with a long jump of 24-4.25. Also, looks as if Greg Ducre ran a 6.76 in the 60 while Danny Shelton had a 51-05 in the shot put (complete results here).

— CBSSports.com examines how Mark Helfrich might do as Oregon’s new head coach.

— Oregon also dismissed a reserve defensive back.

Victor Egu, brother of UW walk0on  Ken Egu, has switched his commitment from Cal to Yale.

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