By the time Ragin had left, he had his first Pac-12 offer, Beavers defensive coordinator Mark Banker offering the three-star.
"It's just really great to see all the hard work pay off," said Ragin. "I put in a lot of work with my team at The Opening, and with my team at Wilsonville. I was just continuing to be patient and it ended up working out well."
"My family was very excited and appreciated the opportunity given to me by Oregon State," said Ragin. "I kind of had an idea they were going to offer but I was also kind of surprised. I was hoping they were."
Ragin, who also has offers from BYU and Portland State, said he's not in any rush to make a decision just yet.
"I'm going to take some time and check out all of my options," said Ragin. "I'd definitely like to make a decision between the third and fourth week, so we'll see if that ends up happening."
Aside from the Beavers, a few other Pac-12 schools are showing interest in Ragin.
Ragin and his Wilsonville team start fall practice this week and begin two-a-days next week.
Academically, Ragin has a 4.0 and scored a 1520 on the SAT.