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November 14, 2012 at 3:01 PM

Signing Day update: Waiting on Darin Johnson, Nigel Williams-Goss

Darin Johnson will sign scholarship papers with Washington at 7 p.m. tonight during a ceremony at his Sheldon High in Elk Grove, Calif.
“I’m feeling real good, I’m excited and ready to get things rolling,” he said during a telephone interview today. “I’m not nervous at all. I feel like it’s a great fit. No second guesses at all.”
Meanwhile, Nigel Williams-Goss participated in a signing ceremony at Findlay Prep in Nevada, but he’s not expected to actually sign his letter of intent until Friday. He’s pictured (far right) below.
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WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON LINKS:
Oregon landed Jordan Bell, a 6-8 power forward from Long Beach, Calif. regarded as one of the better defensive big men on the West Coast.
Colorado signed three players including Tacoma standout Tre’shaun Lexing, who stars at Lincoln High. The others include four-star recruit Jaron Hopkins and 6-7 pound forward Dustin Thomas.
— The attorney for Shabazz Muhammed sent a letter to the Los Angeles Times refuting NCAA claims the UCLA has received improper recruiting benefits.

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