Offensive line commit Justin Sattelmaier made the trip to Oregon State this weekend and was able to tie up some lose ends surrounding his arrival on campus.
"I worked on the academic side and I'll be there in March instead of June," he said. "I'll sit down with my academic counselor this week and get it all figured out."
As for the visit, things went better than he expected.
"I actually had a really good time on my official visit, better than I thought it was going to be," he said. "I finally got to sit down with the coaches and meet Coach Andersen and Coach Woods and it was nice to sit down and talk to them face to face and have them meet my family, so that was nice."
"Of course then watching them beat Oregon was really nice," he continued.
The 6-foot-7, 295 pound offensive tackle was able to spend a lot of time getting to know quarterback commit Jake Luton as the two were on the same flight. While he has received calls from other programs, Sattelmaier has told them that he is solid with the Beavers.
"Coach Clune is coming down on Wednesday and I'll get all my scholarship paperwork lined up," he said. "A couple of schools have called like Washington State and Cal, but I told them that I wanted to go to Oregon State."
After spending a year at Western Oregon and now a year at Palomar Junior College, Sattelmaier said his parents are thrilled that he has found a home.
"My parents loved it," he said. "They liked all the coaches and think I made a good choice for the third time around."