WITH THE BEAVS picking up a DE commit from Hawaii in the form of Titus Failauga, things look to be getting quite full in a highly rated Oregon State recruiting class. But there still look to be a number of moves that could come before next week's Signing Day.

Oregon State is already over the 85-man limit assuming everyone from the current class were to qualify. But history shows not all of the commits will qualify initially and OSU is also fond of grayshirting.

And the Beavs are likely not done yet.

Who are some of the possibilities to go black and orange between now and Wednesday?

Keishawn Bierria -- The top uncommitted defensive prospect in the City Section, Bierria visited Oregon State earlier this month. OSU looks to be in the best position to land him but recruiting at this stage is a fluid situation.

Tatum Taylor – The speedster would seem to fit in nicely in the Oregon State offense and wide receiver corps at the slot. Taylor though thought he'd commit somewhere back in early December and there have been a few other times where he looked to be on the verge of committing. Is his love of track giving him second thoughts? This one could come anytime, or go all the way until Wednesday.

Corey Lawrence – A strong athlete who could play on either defense or offense, he's deciding between Oregon State and New Mexico.

Chidobe Awuzie – Good corners are hard to find and this three-star prospect might just seemingly come out of nowhere and land at Oregon State.

L.J. Moore – A 4-star corner, the Beavs may be a little on the outside looking in. "Arizona State and Oklahoma are high on my list as well and Oregon State is still in there," he told Scout.com this week. A strong in-home visit is needed by Oregon State if they're to land him.

Edward Williams – The New Orleans product appears to be leaning strongly towards Texas Tech or Louisiana Tech. It would take something significant, it appears, for Oregon State's location on the West Coast to change his mind over the next six days.

Khari McGee – He and his family have long been adamant about playing QB but most schools see him as a defensive back at the next level. Where he ends up is still anyone's guess.

Lowell Lotulelei – He's committed to Utah but Oregon State looks to still be trying to swing him their way.

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