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January 31, 2013 at 1:35 PM

Thursday afternoon links — A little more recruiting stuff

With LOI day fast approaching, no shortage of recruiting info out there. …

—The guys at Rivals.com held a free live chat today that included lots of info on some of UW’s top targets, including the Robinson twins, Myles Jack, Nico Falah and Eddie Vanderdoes.

— Rivals.com also has this free list of where its experts think  all the top uncommitted players will sign.

— SBNation offers its own predictions of where the top uncommitted players will  sign.

— HuskyNation also held a Twitter chat today with lots of info. As you can see, the consensus reports remain that the only confirmed official visitors for this weekend are the Robinson twins and linebacker Keishawn Bierria of Narbonne. Several reports today that it’s now an Oregon State-UW battle for Bierria.

— I should have noted this in the look at the offensive line yesterday, but UW may also still be looking at OT Riley Sorenson of Santa Margarita (Calif.) Catholic. Brandon Huffman of Scout.com said this about Sorenson on Tuesday in the live chat he held with the Times.

“Its an interesting recruitment. He had a chance to commit to Washington, UCLA and Cal at various times over the spring, summer and even in to early Fall. UCLA backed off when they were racking up commits on the OL, and UW seemed to cool on him too. Cal is still recruiting him somewhat, but they have commitments from 3 OLs that are very similar to him, and have six OLs already. Of late, not sure where he’s going to end up, but he’s had one of the more curious recruitments.”
— A few UW mentions in the ESPN Pac-12 blog’s look at some of the highs and lows of the conference season.

Ted Miller said in his chat today he thinks UW could  be a Top 15 team next season.

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