Jamire Calvin (Brandon Huffman)

Master List: Offense

Oregon State coaches are in the dead period of recruiting until early January. It is a great time to take stock of where the Beavers are in terms of offensive recruits as we near the sprint to signing day.



Commit: Luton signed his letter of intent and is set to be on campus on January 5.  Spring Football begins February 18, so he will be able to take part in spring drills with the team.


Commit: Willard is solid with Oregon State and will sign his letter of intent on February 1. 

Notes: The Beavers are full and no longer recruiting quarterbacks for this class.



Commit: Green is a cornerstone of the 2017 class.  He rushed for 2,084 yards on 228 carries this past season for state champion Chandler.  He also scored 37 touchdowns. He plans to sign with Oregon State on February 1, 2017.


Update: Dubots commited to Washington State during his official visit in mid-December.  

Notes: With the flip of Isaiah Miller from Oregon State to Missouri, look for the Beavers to fill the spot with another running back. More names to surface as the Beavers look to flip a player of their own.



Commit: Hodgins has signed and is slated to be on campus on January 5 to start winter term with the Beavers.  He will be able to participate in spring football, which begins on February 18.


Commit: Like Hodgins, Taylor has signed with the Beavers and has confirmed that he will be on campus January 5.  His rehab from a broken leg has gone as planned and he is running and conditioning once again.


Commit: Sykes is set to sign with Oregon State in February and will join the team after he finishes he AA degree at Mesa this spring.


Update: Allen has taken trips and Maryland was hoping to flip the three-star speedster, however after a trip to Oregon State for Civil War, Allen said that he is solid with the Beavers.


Commit: Flemings is 100% solid with the Beavers and plans to sign on February 1.  Washington State recently offered when Coach Brennan left, however he says he is sticking with the Beavers.


Update: Calvin dropped the Beavers from consideration when Coach Brennan left for San Jose State.  However, the four-star receiver has put the Beavers back into the mix and still plans to announce his commitment at the Army All-American Game on January 7.  Nebraska, Notre Dame, Washington State, Cal and Alabama are still in the running.


Update: Short caught the Beaver coaches attention at a satellite camp in Northern California this past summer. He's quick and has great hands.  The JC product still needs to earn his AA degree and that will be this spring.  He is planning a visit to Oregon State in early January.



Terrell made Oregon State his first official visit in November, but is planning trips to UCLA, Utah State and Kansas.  The Beavers set the bar high for Utah's top tight end prospect, but he won't be making a decision until closer to signing day.


Pututau is listed as a safety in the Scout database, but is being recruited as a tight end by the Beavers. His current top five includes: BYU, Utah, Utah State, Oregon State and Colorado.


A leg injury sidelined Woods for most of the season, but his recruitment has remained steady.  Qualifying will not be an issue as the Beavers are competing with several Ivy League schools for Woods.



Commit: Sattelmaier signed his letter of intent on December 14 and will join the team this spring.  The 6-foot-7, 310 pound tackle will come in physically ready to help the team immediately.


Commit: Wellsfry has been committed to the Beavers since June and is solid in his pledge.  He plans to sign in February.


Commit: Mackay is a local standout at Central Catholic in Portland.  Those who have seen him in person love his nasty streak and say that he reminds them of current Beaver Blake Brandel. 


One of the Beavers top overall targets, Agasiva is expected to make a decision soon. His final three include Oregon State, Utah and TCU.  The Beavers have been one of his top schools for at least a year, but could a late push by Utah or TCU make the difference?  He is an instant impact player for Oregon State, who lost three starters this year.


Update: Moore was thought to be a mid-year transfer, however on December 14, he told BeaverBlitz that he hadn't completed enough credits and would be signing in February.  The one time Washington State pledge also told BeaverBlitz that he planned to sign with Oregon State, but has never come out and publicly committed to the Beavers.  He is now planning a trip to ASU.


Unutoa is one of the Beavs top prep prospects.  The 3-star Hawaiian recently released a top five that includes Utah, BYU, Oregon State, Virginia and Washington State.


Update: Shear, an Arizona commit could open things up if Arizona offensive line coach Jim Michaelczik leaves. While it is a longshot, it is something to watch during the final stretch.


Clarke has been a tough one to reach, but the Beavers are still in the running for the big fella from Waianae, Hawaii.  


Carty visited Oregon State for the Arizona game and liked what he saw, however distance could be a factor for the prep lineman from South Broward, Florida.


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