Oregon St. Secures An O-Lineman

Sean Harlow from San Clemente, CA, committed to Oregon St. this weekend.

Oregon St. has secured another commitment for their 2013 football recruiting class. Sean Harlow, a 6'5", 260 lb. offensive lineman from San Clemente High School in San Clemente, CA, announced his intent to become a Beaver this weekend.

Harlow chose Oregon St. over 9 other Pac-12 schools (all but Stanford and USC), plus Boise St., Nebraska, San Diego St., Duke, Colorado St., and Wisconsin, and changed his mind, having previously been leaning to becoming a Husky.

Both Rivals.com and Scout.com rate Harlow as a 3 star prospect.

Here's a highlight video:

Harlow is the 20th recruit for the 2013 class, and the third offensive lineman the Beavers have added.

Andy_Wooldridge@yahoo.com

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