Former Oregon State linebacker, Caleb Saulo, has (quietly) been invited to rookie minicamp with the New Orleans Saints. Check out this article that talks more about the undrafted rookies the Saints signed and other players that they have invited to their rookie minicamp here.
Another story that flew under the radar over the past few days is that of former Oregon State defensive back, Kendall Hill, who has transferred to Grambling for his final year of eligibility. Hill has battled through injuries during his time in Corvallis, but is ready to end is college football career with style. He also has experience playing safety and even wide receiver for Oregon State so his versatility will be utilized while he plays for Grambling. The Beavers are particularly deep at defensive back, so this move does not come as a huge surprise, but his leadership will be missed.
Gina Mizell from OregonLive.com discussed which football players improved the most this offseason, so far. Read about Christian Wallace, Isaiah Hodgins, Sumner Houston and more here.
Finally, Danny Moran breaks down Oregon State baseball and who they might face in the regionals. He lists bracketology projections from D1baseball.com, Baseball America and Warren Nolan; check it out here.