Keli’l Montibon is a 6-foot-3, 290-pound offensive lineman from Hawaii, who last played for Riverside Community College in California. Montibon announced his decision to commit to Oregon State, Tuesday evening via Twitter.
Keli’l Montibon holds at least 9 FBS offers including: Cal, Houston, Nevada, UCF, UMass, UConn and others. Montibon’s junior college experience was crucial for his development and he has the potential to provide immediate help to an Oregon State offensive line that is trying to replace Sean Harlow, Gavin Andrews, Will Hopkins and others. Montibon will finish up at Riverside C.C. in June and then will have four years to play three for Oregon State starting this fall.
Keli’l Montibon will be a late addition for Oregon State's 2017 football class and will play for the Beavers this upcoming season. In the 2018 class the Beavers still have 5 commits: Jake Dukart (QB), Spencer Petras (QB), Isaac Hodgins (DT), DeShon Wilson (CB) and Halid Djibril (S).
Check out his freshman season highlights at Riverside C.C. below: