Spring evaluation period begins on April 15 and runs through May. This is a chance for the coaches to hit the road and watch prospects perform on the field, both with their high school teammates and at camps and combines held throughout the country. With the Beavers own spring practice in the books, the staff is able to be completely organized when they hit the road.
Over the remainder of this week, we will be listing the players with early offers and those to watch who could see their Oregon State interest increase.
Safety is not a huge priority for the 2018 class, however the Beavers could sign one or two to help balance out classes.
Offers: ASU, Cal, Louisville, Nebraska, Oregon State, Utah, Washington, WSU
BeaverBlitz Notes: Bradley has seen his stock rise already during the early 7-on-7 circuit and it could rise more as coaches get out to Saguaro and see him in person. Hometown ASU may be the team to beat for him, but Utah and WSU have been on him strong early.
CURRENT PROSPECTS TO WATCH:
Offers: Montana State
BeaverBlitz Notes: 3-star Fouch may only have one offer, but that could change once coaches see him in person. The Northwest schools have him on their radar and could be next in line to offer the 6-foot-3, 180 pound athlete from Washington.
BeaverBlitz Notes: Green-Richards has yet to pick-up his first offer, but he has been hearing from schools and could be one to watch, especially through camp season and the first part of fall. He is high on hometown Oregon and also Oregon State and Washington State.