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Quick Links: 2019 Forward Taylor Jones Commits To Oregon State Women’s Basketball

Scott Rueck made a big splash with the first commit of his 2019 class.

NCAA Womens Basketball: NCAA Tournament-Lexington Regional - Baylor vs Oregon State Jamie Rhodes-USA TODAY Sports
  • Head coach Scott Rueck has never struggled to bring highly-touted players into his program at Oregon State and on Sunday, the Beavers women’s team landed another big-time recruit, when 2019 forward Taylor Jones committed to play for the black and orange. Jones, a 6’ 3”, four-star prospect from Forney, Texas, is ranked as the #28 overall player in the 2019 class by ESPN and a top-five post player. She is Rueck’s first commitment for the class of 2019, as well.



Victor Butler - DE (Toronto Argonauts): Butler ripped the CFL back in late January, stating that he was being “held hostage” by Toronto by not being allowed to pursue an attempt to return the NFL. Since then, Butler has been mostly quiet and his 2018 plans are very much up in the air.

Colin Kelly - OL (Edmonton Eskimos): The imposing lineman starred in the CFL back in 2014 and then spent the next few seasons testing his luck in the NFL. After struggling to find a home state-side, Kelly has emerged as a suitable workhorse for the Eskimos.

Larry Scott - DB (Free Agent): About a week ago, defensive back Larry Scott was released by the Ottawa Redblacks, in the midst of a stretch of roster moves prior to the CFL Draft.

Dylan Wynn - DL (Toronto Argonauts): If you’re in the mood the mood to read a great story about a guy who just “loves football”, be sure to check out this piece by CFL.ca writer Don Landry about the one-time Oregon State stand-out.


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