Roy Scheuning Commits To Oregon State

The Beavers added another in-state prize to their growing 2003 recruiting class. This 6-3, 280 pound offensive lineman from Pendleton was planning to take a visit to Oregon before deciding but said he knew he wanted to be a Beaver.

"I called Oregon on Tuesday and told them I didn't want to waste their time or money," Scheuning said. "I didn't want to lead them on because I respect them but Oregon State was just the best place for me. "I just felt so comfortable at Oregon State and knew that was where I wanted to be. My dad went there and that was a big deal and I really like the coaches and players on the team. They're recruiting me to play guard, right guard specifically and I'm excited about the future of the program."

Scheuning is the top lineman in the Northwest and our No. 7 OL in the the entire West Coast. He looked great at the Nike Camp in Eugene and should do very well in Corvallis.

"I called Keith Robertson to see what he was going to do and he told me he was still up in the air," Scheuning said. "He likes both Oregon schools a lot. I'm going to watch his team play in the state finals this weekend and hopefully hook up with Ryan Gunderson there. I've never met him before so this would be a good opportunity.

"I think we're going to have a really good recruiting class. A lot of players from Oregon are excited about the Beavers so hopefully I can help bring some players in."

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