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Oregon State Football: Most Valuable Player Countdown - #16 Kammy Delp

Kammy Delp looks to end his career in style

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The college football season is just three weeks away! With the off-season quickly coming to an end, Building the Dam is unveiling their top 30 most valuable football players for the 2018 season. We’ll countdown by previewing one player at a time until it’s almost time for some Beaver football.

#16: Kammy Delp - Offensive Line

Kammy Delp is a 6-foot-3, 318-pound lineman for Oregon State. The senior guard saw action in all 12 games last season, but made only one start. In his career he’s played in 24 games and is one of Oregon State’s most experienced offensive lineman.

Delp isn’t guaranteed a starting spot for his senior season, but he will see a lot of playing time regardless of how the starting lineup shakes out. If Kammy Delp is going to beat out Yanni Demogerantas and Clay Cordasco for a starting spot he’ll need to tap into that competitive edge. Delp has all the tools you want in an offensive lineman, but he could add a little bit of nastiness to his game. I think Delp will win a starting spot and have a fantastic senior season.

Behind Oregon State’s veteran offensive line don’t be surprised if they catch a couple of teams by surprise and pull off some upset wins. The countdown continues tomorrow with the 15th Most Valuable Player.


The list so far:

#16: Kammy Delp - OL

#17: Jay Irvine - CB

#18: Kee Whetzel - LB

#19: Trent Moore - OL

#20: Dwayne Williams - CB

#21: LaMone Williams - DE

#22: Isaiah Dunn - CB

#23: Conor Blount - QB

#24: Omar Hicks-Onu - S

#24: Omar Hicks-Onu - S

#25: Jeromy Reichner - DE

#26: Hamilcar Rashed Jr. - LB

#27: Isaac Garcia - DE

#28: Shemar Smith - LB

#29: Shawn Wilson - CB

#30: Yanni Demogerontas - OL