SEUMALO: It's a great day to be a Beaver!

ISAAC SEUMALO, RATED the No. 9 offensive guard prospect in the nation, has gone black and orange over several offers from the Pac-12.

"It's a great day to be a Beaver!" Seumalo told BF.C.

The 6-3, 275-pounder verballed to OSU on Monday afternoon.

Ranked four stars, Seumalo chose Oregon State over offers from Oregon, ASU, Stanford, UCLA, Washington and others.

Seumalo said the familiarity with Oregon State was key.

"Obviously my dad (d-line coach Joe Seumalo) is here, and my brother (Andrew Seumalo) and family are here. It's home for me. I visited all the other places but OSU was the one. I love coach Cav and coach Riley," said Seumalo.

Seumalo could play guard or center for the Beavs.

"Coach Cav I don't think has decided yet, but wherever he wants me to play I'm fine with," said Seumalo.

Isaac Seumalo profile

"Seumalo has quick hands and a good first step with excellent flexibility but needs to work on his pad level when engaging a defender. He's strong enough to overpower players, but he tends to get a little too high in his drive blocks. Seumalo is a well conditioned big man who goes plays every snap of offense and defense. He plays every snap on both sides of the ball without seeming to lose a step through the 4th quarter," said national analyst Scott Kennedy of

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