JC receiver talks OSU visit

Oregon State may not be finished recruiting wide receivers in the 2017 class. BeaverBlitz has the latest from one Beaver taget.

Sacramento (California) Sierra College wide receiver Aaron Short has been flying a bit under the recruiting radar, but schools have been taking notice.  The speedy 6-foot-1, 193 pound receiver played in six games for Sierra College and totaled 247 yards and seven touchdowns this season.

Recruiting has been steady for the sophomore, who spent the 2015 season at San Mateo College.  He has yet to receive a scholarship offer as programs wait to see his academic progress this fall.

"I don't have an offers yet," he said. "A lot of schools were waiting on grades from fall semester." 

Oregon State has been recruiting Short for some time and the Beavers have made quite an impression.

"I have set my visit with Oregon State next month on the 13th," he said. "Oregon State is number one right now. I am really sold on what Coach Andersen is doing.  I see great things happening to that program and it's definitely something that I want to be a part of."

BeaverBlitz will keep in touch with Short and have an update prior to his visit.  He is a May grad, so he will not be signing his letter of intent until February 1, 2017.  Marshall and Utah State are the other programs recruiting him the hardest at the moment.


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