Visitors weigh in on Beaver victory

While the Beavers had no official visitors for the game against Idaho State, they did host a handful of unofficial visitors including a trio of committed players. BeaverBlitz checks in to get their thoughts on the game.

Richland (Washington) Hanford offensive lineman Brock Wellsfry, Portland (Oregon) Central Catholic offensive lineman Travis Mackay, and Sherwood (Oregon) Sherwood defensive lineman Josh Bowcut all made the trip to Corvallis for the Beavers home opener against Idaho State, and all walked away pleased with the day.

"I loved it," Mackay said. "I got there late so I had to stand and get a ticket, but I was in my seat before the game started and I enjoyed the game."

Fellow offensive lineman Wellsfry echoed the sentiments.

"It was an awesome time," he said. "Great game day experience here and I got a chance to see the new facilities and locker room and was told about all the stuff to come as well.  It all sounds amazing."

"Coach Vince (Guinta) showed Brock and I the new locker room after the game," Bowcut said. "It was a lot bigger than I thought it would be."

"I had a lot of fun," Bowcut continued. "I'm probably going to be going again next week."

The Beavers also had a handful of 2018 prospects on hand, including 4-star receiver Chase Cota from South Medford, Oregon and 4-star athlete Talanoa Hufanga from nearby Crescent Valley High.

BeaverBlitz is working to get their thoughts on the game and visit as well.


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