- The Beavers’ pursuit of 2018 four-star quarterback Brevin White came to an end on Tuesday, when the ESPN Top 300 talent chose the likes of Princeton over a myriad of “Power 5” offers, including Oregon State. White’s decision to commit to the Ivy League school is especially significant considering not only does his older brother Brady plays at Arizona State but also, the Tigers have never landed a prospect ranked in the ESPN Top 300.
- One of the biggest story-lines heading into Oregon State Football’s Fall Camp this season was how Oregon transfer running back Thomas Tyner would fit in to the mix for the Beavers, considering he returns to football after a long, injury-plagued lay-off. So when the Oregonian asked quarterback Jake Luton about Tyner looked back on the field for the first time in a few years, he commented “He's the epitome of smooth...he's got all the talent in the world.”
- BeaversEdge sent a familiar face in Marcus Greaves to report on “Beavers Football: Day One” from Fall Camp and Greaves returned with a strong page of notes about the day spent in Corvallis, including the fact that the aforementioned Jake Luton took first-team reps and had the offense working from the get-go. BeaversEdge’s Brenden Slaughter also put together this piece on just what is shaping up as we enter year three of the Gary Andersen era.
- Before head coach Gary Andersen leaves for Pac-12 Media Days on Wednesday, he met with members of the media to discuss his initial takeaways from the opening of Fall Camp. While Andersen will never be describe as one of the more flamboyant coaches in the game, there’s definitely some intriguing content hidden within his monotone answers.
- And finally, nothing quite says football season is here without some highlights from Oregon State’s Youth Day Football Camp. Judging by the skills of some of the kids from the video, the staff may already be targeting some future Beavers out of that group.
OREGON STATE FOOTBALL
- OSU Adds Several Late Additions To The Roster
- Most Valuable Player Countdown - #32 Jalen Moore
- Most Valuable Player Countdown - #33 Justin Sattelmaier