Oregon State only had 1 person selected in this year's NFL draft, offensive lineman Isaac Seumalo, in the 3rd round by the Philadelphia Eagles. But an additional pair of Beavers signed free agent deals shortly after the draft ended.
And they will both be staying in the west, the AFC West to be specific.
CB Larry Scott inked a deal with the San Diego Chargers, after working his way up at Oregon State to be one of the team captains last season.
DT Kyle Peko capped a frustrating 2 year effort to become eligible, and went on to validate the faith and efforts both former head coach Mike Riley and current head coach Gary Andersen had in him, as he was one of the best players on the team last season, and will now get a chance to earn a roster spot with the defending Super Bowl Champion Denver Broncos.