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April 30, 2013 at 7:35 AM

Tuesday links — ESPN Q-and-A with Sarkisian, and more

A few  links to pass along this morning. …

— We’ll start with this Q-and-A with UW coach Steve Sarkisian from the ESPN.com blog. Sarkisian says his confidence level  in  Keith Price is high, that Bishop Sankey had a 3.8 GPA and that Cleveland Wallace is one to watch this fall;

Jon Wilner examines recent NFL Draft/Pac-12 draft trends;

— NFL.com looks at 30 top prospects for the 2014 Draft, with a few Pac-12 players included (no Huskies, though you’d figure Austin Seferian-Jenkins could easily work his way onto that list, as well);

— The way-too-early Top 25 of ESPN’s Mark Schlabach has Oregon third and Stanford fifth;

Bud Withers review of Pac-12 spring football camps continues with Arizona;

— PacificTakes looks at the 10 most interesting Pac-12 games this season, though none include UW;

— ESPN with some notes about Stanford’s post-spring depth chart.

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