January 28, 2013 at 9:32 AM
Monday morning links — Recruiting updates, and more
Some odds and ends for Monday morning. …
— Scout.com caught up with Bellevue LB Myles Jack, who said his commitment to UCLA remains solid and he does plan to visit Florida State this weekend, contrary to some Twitter chatter last night that he would take another visit to UW next weekend. Jack was the only player with a scholarship offer to make an official visit to UW this weekend. Sounds like he will have in-home visits from every school that has been on his list this week, though his quotes in the story again indicate he appears headed to UCLA.
— Scout.com’s Ananbel Stephan reported that Tyrell Robinson will visit UW next weekend. He and his twin brother Tyree committed to Oregon before Chip Kelly left for the Eagles but since have taken a few trips, including to Ohio State. It’s unclear if Tyree is visiting.
— Reuben Foster, the highly-touted LB from Auburn, Ala., who visited UW already, has now announced he will visit San Diego State this weekend and likely won’t announce until next week. UW is regarded as a longshot for his services now.
— Rivals.com looks at which schools may finish with a recruiting flourish.
— ESPN.com’s Ted Miller breaks down USC’s early enrollees.
— Oregon and Virginia will play next season.
— CBSSports.com reports the Big Ten is considering going to a nine- or 10-game conference schedule.