Time to wrap up another typically hectic signing day with some links. …
— Here’s our annual map of where the commits for UW and WSU are from.
— Here’s my overview of all the classes in the Pac-12.
— Here’s a look at where some of the other top local recruits signed.
— All of UW’s official coverage can be found here.
— Here’s a video analysis of UW’s class from the Pac-12 Networks.
— And just a ton of other stuff here from the Pac-12 Networks on signing day around the conference.
— That includes this overview of every class in the conference with links to interviews of each coach.
— The Pac-12 blog has a look at where all the conference teams rank.
— The ESPN Pac-12 blog has brief overviews of every Pac-12 class.
— Daeshon Hall was the big one that got away from UW Wednesday. He told the Dallas Morning News he just wanted to stay close to his family, which is now in Texas.
— Receiver Darrell Daniels told the San Jose Mercury News he never wavered in his commitment to UW.
— Here’s video and a story on running back Lavon Coleman’s signing ceremony.
— Damore’ea Stringfellow made the LA Times’ all-apostrophe team.
— The PressDemocract.com with a nice signing day story on Elijah Qualls.
— The UW Daily picks its best of the class.
– USC’s decommits were one of the big stories of signing day. But the LA Times notes the Trojans still reeled in some highly-touted players.
— Here’s what the LA Times had to say about UCLA’s haul.
— Here’s Mike Leach talking about every player in WSU’s class.
— Utah, meanwhile, signed three quarterbacks.
— Colorado went heavy on defense.
— Illinois, UW’s second foe in 2013, signed 20 players and intends to throw the ball a lot next season.
— Idaho State, UW’s third opponent in 2013, signed three Washington players in its class.
— Ratings for all the conferences from Rivals.com.
— Former Husky Matthew Lyons was part of Nevada’s class.
UPDATE — Also, here’s a story on the Robinson twins explaining their decision to stick with Oregon.
— And Keishawn Bierria talks a little about his decision here.
— And a ton of links here from The Oregonian.