Daniel Arias

Arias talks Oregon State

Oregon State was early to offer Washington three-star wide receiver Daniel Arias. He catches BeaverBlitz up with his recruitment and his thoughts on OSU after an unofficial visit.


Mill Creek (Wash.) Jackson receiver Daniel Arias has been busy unofficially visiting college campuses this spring, including a trip to Corvallis last month. Recruiting has been going well for the three-star athlete as new schools continue to get in the mix.

Oregon State remains his only offer from a Power Five conference, however he is beginning to hear from others in the PAC 12.

"Right now I'm starting to hear more from Washington State, Arizona, San Diego State, and UMass," Arias told BeaverBlitz.

While those programs have not offered him yet, he has been busy seeing schools such as Washington State and UCLA over the past few weeks. At 6-foot-4, 190 pounds, Arias already has good size for receiver, and he has been in contact often with the Beavers new receiver coach Jason Phillips.

He also had a chance to check out the Oregon State program with several of his Team FSP 7-on-7 teammates during the Spring Game in Corvallis.

"I had a blast at OSU," he said. "You could definitely feel the family atmosphere and the culture they are trying to build over there. I mean Oregon State speaks for itself when it comes to the facilities and the academics and playing in a Power Five conference. My biggest thing was seeing it in person for the first time and it definitely met my expectations."

Arias has some tournaments this spring with his 7-on-7 team and hopes to get back down to the state of Oregon in the near future.  BeaverBlitz will continue to keep in touch with him as he gears up for his senior season.

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