Oregon State’s 2017 recruiting class is nearly complete. In the past week or so, Gary Andersen and his staff have earned commitments from a pair of running backs (Calvin Tyler and BJ Baylor), a pair of defensive backs (Charles Watson and Isaiah Dunn) and an offensive lineman (Onesimus Lutu-Clarke). Yesterday junior college offensive lineman, Clay Cordasco, announced that he would sign with Oregon State on National Signing Day via Twitter.
I will be signing with Oregon State thank you to all the coaches that have given me an opportunity. @BeavRecruiting pic.twitter.com/UdQh3Ven1P— Clay A Cordasco (@clay_cordasco) January 28, 2017
Cordasco was on an official visit to Corvallis when he made the announcement. He is a 6-foot-6, 310-pound offensive tackle from Maine. He’s been playing at the junior college ranks in Los Angeles and chose the Beavers over offers from Idaho, Nevada, UMass and New Mexico State.
Clay Cordasco’s commitment brings Oregon State’s 2017 recruiting class up to 22 total recruits. The Beavers have now earned verbal commitments from five different offensive lineman: Brock Wellsfry, Travis MacKay, Justin Sattelmaier, Onesimus Lutu-Clarke and Clay Cordasco.
Check out Clay Cordasco’s sophomore (JUCO) season below:
Also, Oregon State’s top remaining target, Trajon Cotton, is making his decision today at noon. The 3-star safety is down to two schools (Colorado & Oregon State).