The spring evaluation period is in full swing and quarterback continue to be an area that the Oregon State coaches are recruiting heavily. Here is a snapshot of who the Beavers have offered, including a breakdown of the new offers versus those who have held offers for some time.
Offers: Cal, Colorado St, Fresno St, Louisville, Hawaii, Nevada, Oregon State, San Diego St, San Jose St, Wyoming
BeaverBlitz Notes: Petras told BeaverBlitz that he is excited about his offer and wants to get up to Corvallis for a visit "soon". He could very well pull the trigger while on his visit, which has yet to be set up to date. Not a participant in the passing tournament and camp circuit, which may have limited some of his exposure.
Offers: Alabama, Colorado St., Florida St, Georgia, Indiana, Michigan, Missouri, Oregon State, South Carolina, Washington State, and several Ivy League and smaller colleges.
BeaverBlitz Notes: Shough may have the best arm of any of the Beavers quarterback offerees. Impressive offer list to go along with impressive film. He has not set up a trip to see Oregon State yet.
Offers: Arizona, Boise, Hawaii, Memphis, New Mexico St, Oregon State, UNLV
BeaverBlitz Notes: Hear the name Plummer, a QB from Arizona and one immediately thinks that Jack is the son of former ASU/Arizona Cardinal great Jake Plummer. In actuality, Jack is no relation to the former gunslinger, but he is making a name for himself in the Desert and beyond. Arizona and OSU are his only PAC 12 offers, but that could change. He just added the Oregon State offer early in May and is learning more about the Beavers program.
Committed to Washington
BeaverBlitz Notes: Sirmon has been committed to the Huskies since 2015, but the recent addition of Matt Lubick as co-offensive coordinator has seen another top quarterback prospect, Colson Yankoff also commit to the Dawgs. Should Sirmon decide to open things up, the Beavers would already have a foot in the door.
Offers: ASU, Boise St., Colorado St., Hawaii, Indiana, Iowa State, Kansas, Ole Miss, Nevada, Oregon State, Tennessee, Utah State, Washington St.
BeaverBlitz Notes: Oregon State offered Camm early, before his junior season and he and McGiven have established a solid relationship. He has also seen his recruitment explode in recent months with Tennessee and Ole Miss jumping in the mix. Washington State may hold the lead for the quarterback, who has raved about the Cougars.
Offers: ASU, Boise, Fresno, Oregon State, Tennessee, Utah, Washington, Washington State (italics = new offers)
BeaverBlitz Notes: White has had a busy spring so far and has visited Oregon State, Oregon, and Tennessee. His trip to Corvallis opened his eyes and he said that the Beavers are very much in consideration at this point. One of the top quarterbacks on the Beavers hot board, if White waits too long, he could find himself without a spot at Oregon State.
Offers: Eastern Washington, Idaho, Oregon State
BeaverBlitz Notes: No new offers for the Covina, California prospect. BeaverBlitz checked in with Comstock, who still said that he had high interest in Oregon State, but had not been in contact with the Beaver coaches in some time. Oregon State appears to be slow playing him in the hopes of landing players higher on their hot board.
Offers: Alabama, Boise St., BYU, Colorado, Georgia, Hawaii, Houston, Louisville, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, North Carolina, Oregon State, Purdue, UCLA, Utah, Virginia Tech.
BeaverBlitz Notes: McKee is planning to utilize his spring break to check out several programs in the SEC and ACC, At this point in time, the Beavers would have to be considered a longshot.
PROSPECTS TO WATCH:
Offers: Fresno St
BeaverBlitz Notes: Wilson is an interesting prospect with a solid arm. He would definitely need to add weight (currently listed at 170) to play in the PAC 12, and is more of a pro-style quarterback instead of a dual-threat, which Andersen has used in the past.
BeaverBlitz Notes: Qualifying will not be an issue for Alexander, who just wrapped up a tour of Ivy League schools this past week. He has a strong arm and can move outside the pocket.
BeaverBlitz Notes: A lot of schools are watching the three-star Lake Stevens, Washington prospect, but none have pulled the trigger. He has decent size, but 6-foot-1 isn't ideal. A strong spring could help him land some offers.