LSB: Four future Beavs crack pads

HILLSBORO -- Four future Oregon State Beavers suited up for the 63rd Les Schwab Bowl in Hillsboro this weekend, looking to cap their prep careers with a bang. Here are exclusive pictures of each athlete -- plus BF.C's observations on their performances, and a look forward to the start of their orange and black career.


Played outside and middle linebacker, also participated on the kickoff return team. A team co-captain for the South. Listed at 6-3, 225 pounds and looked to be in the that range. Wasn't ripped, but looked well built. I don't think blitzing is allowed as he dropped into coverage almost every play. Was in on a couple of tackles on kickoffs and had around five for the game. Reminded me of Trent Bray except taller - in a game where he is allowed to react I think he is around the ball almost every play.



Played defensive tackle for most of the game. Plans on walking on at Oregon State. Listed at 6-0, 240 pounds. Played high school ball at Central Catholic where he was selected a first team all-conference defensive lineman as a senior. Undersized for a defensive tackle, but plays with a lot of tenacity and passion. Gets manhandled by bigger players. One of the North's emotional leaders.



Lined up at right tackle for almost the entire game. Listed at 6-4, 290 pounds and looked to be in that range. Played high school ball at Sheldon where he was a first team all-state offensive guard as a senior; a standout student with a 3.7 GPA. Definitely fits the mold of walk-on offensive lineman at OSU - aggressive, agile and doesn't quit until the whistle blows. Went against UCLA bound Owamagbe Odighizuwa and did decent.



A team co-captain for the North. Played slot receiver the entire game and on the kickoff team. Wasn't targeted much in the first half, but caught everything thrown his way. Had two or three catches for 50 or so yards. Got behind the secondary multiple times, but the quarterback overthrew him or didn't see him - he was frustrated late in the game. Storey looks to be a perfect fit at slot in Corvallis. He is not the fastest or strongest guy on the field, but he knows how to get open and he won't drop many passes.

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