2013 National Signing Day News, Pac-12 Edition

Dan Rubenstein looks at what should and could shake down on National Signing Day in the Pac-12 conference.

We're still a few weeks away from National Signing Day, but SB Nation's Dan Rubenstein gets an early start on breaking down what's already known, and what's still left up in the air in the Pac-12 conference. More specifically, Dan comments on quarterback Max Browne (committed to USC), running back Thomas Tyner (Oregon), and safety Priest Willis (UCLA). Dan rounds things out with commentary on what holes and needs the remaining schools in the conference have heading into the final days before signing day.

For more on these schools, visit: Conquest Chronicles || Addicted To Quack || Bruins Nation

National Signing Day, this year set for Wednesday, Feb. 6, features hours of excitement, disappointment, happiness and potential, as next season's college freshmen make their college, and football program, of choice official.

ESPNU announced Thursday that it will air 10 nonstop hours of National Signing Day coverage, including live look-ins at high school players selecting between hats and analysis from former SEC coaches Gene Chizik and Derek Dooley.

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