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October 16, 2012 at 4:45 PM

Video: Another look at Darin Johnson

Here’s a new highlight video of Darin Johnson produced by Yayareasfinest2006.
The 6-4 shooting guard from Sacramento verbally committed to Washington on Sunday.
TUESDAY LINKS:
— The SportsBank.net takes a look at the top 111 schools in the nation and Washington makes the list at No. 52.
Kansas received a commitment from Wayne Selden, which might be good news for Washington. The Jayhawks are finalists along with the Huskies, Arizona, Oregon and Kentucky for star recruit Aaron Gordon. ESPN rates Selden No. 14 in the nation and the 6-5 wing wants to play small forward. Kansas also has commitments from Brannen Greene a 6-6 wing who is ranked No. 47 by ESPN.
— Gordon doesn’t plan to make any decision after this week’s Red-Blue game at Arizona. He expected to make his college choice in the spring.
— Perhaps the biggest news at Arizona State isn’t the addition of nine new players, including star redshirt freshman Jahii Carson, but rather that Sun Devils switching defenses. Coach Herb Sendek had been a stalwart of the matchup zone for most of his six seasons in Tempe, Ariz., but this year he’s switching to a man-to-man defense.
— Arizona State freshman guard Calaen Robinson has not worked out with the Sun Devils since the start of practice last week.
California will learn Wednesday if it has landed Marcus Lee or if the four-star forward is going to Kentucky.
— The Golden Bears will give a Big Game exhibition for its fans Saturday before Cal’s football game against Stanford.

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