Arizona is being heralded for assembling a 2012 recruiting class that is No. 1 in the country, according to Jeff Goodman at CBSSports.com.
Oregon State signed Langston Morris-Walker, a 6-5 wing from Berkeley, Calif. this morning.
The early signing period began today and ends Nov. 16.
Meanwhile Washington is the only school in the conference that is not expected to receive a signed letter of intent from a recruit today.
The Huskies are waiting to hear from Portland-area prospect Landen Lucas, a 6 foot 8 and 240-pound center/forward, who visited UW last Friday. He’s also considering California, Stanford and Tennessee.
WEDNESDAY MORNING LINKS:
— Here’s our story on Aziz N’Diaye, who returned to practice Tuesday after sitting out the past week due to a concussion.
— Scott Johnson of the Everett Herald and Ryan Divish at the News Tribune also writes about N’Diaye.
— Bud Withers writes Washington State coach Ken Bone hired a sports counselor to help change the culture in Pullman that may have contributed to team’s off-the-court problems last season. Here’s five questions for WSU.
— UCLA analyst Tracy Murray told the Arizona Republic that he has concerns about the Bruins backcourt, Joshua Smith’s conditioning and whether 6-10 David Wear can play small forward.
— California is offering free tickets to students for the first three games.