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January 31, 2013 at 9:41 AM

Thursday links — Recruiting stuff, and more

College football is hitting the home stretch of recruiting. Many/most coaches are still on the road today, but many/most will begin returning soon to host one last weekend of visits before a quiet period begins Sunday and then a dead period Monday leading into the beginning of the letter-of-intent signing period on Wednesday.

UW is still generally listed as having just three official visitors — twins Tyree and Tyrell Robinnson  of San Diego, who also play basketball (Rivals.com has some insight  on the battle for the Robinson Twins here), and linebacker Keishawn Bierria. But don’t be surprised to see more visitors added — and the Huskies are also expected to have a few already committed players who have also already taken official visits up this weekend to take a last unofficial visit.

IN OTHER NEWS. …

— The Rivals.com recruiting analysts are holding a live chat at 10 a.m.

— Athlon’s ranks the Pac-12′s best football rosters.

— ESPN’s Kevin Gemmell assesses whether UW is a Top 25 team in his chat from Wednesday.

— The ESPN Pac-12 blog also has a roundup of Pac-12 recruiting news.

— UW commit Darrell Daniels is mentioned in this story on Freedom High School’s football recruits.

— ESPN also  examines the seemingly growing trend of players committing and then decommitting later.

— LB Reuben Foster will announce  his decision Monday night. Rivals.com reported yesterday that Foster’s high school coach said he is now considering only Auburn, Alabama and Georgia.

— Here’s a Georgia fan’s assessment of that school’s chances of landing Myles Jack.

— Boise State wants to bulk up on defense this off-season after struggling against the run in 2012, including against UW’s Bishop Sankey in the Las Vegas Bowl.

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