In the last 24 hours Oregon State has added two preferred walk-ons to the 2019 recruiting class. Jackson Chryst and Dylan Black.
Jackson Chryst - QB
Proud to announce that I’m committed to play at Oregon State #BTD19 #GoBeavs ⬛️ . Thank you @coachngifford and @FootballPaly for helping me achieve my goal of playing D1 football. pic.twitter.com/V1nagSk00z— Jackson Chryst (@ChrystJackson) January 31, 2019
Here’s what the San Francisco Chronicle had to say about Jackson Chryst after he was named regional player of the year: “The son of Denver Broncos assistant Geep Chryst was named the Santa Clara Valley Athletic League De Anza Division’s Offensive Player of the Year after completing 150 of 272 passes for 2,712 yards and 34 touchdowns... The Vikings finished 10-2 following four consecutive losing seasons, including 3-8 in 2017. A third-year starter, Chryst’s QB rating jumped from 37.9 as a sophomore to 74.2 as a junior to 128.4 as a senior.”
Dylan Black - Long Snapper
Very blessed to announce I have #COMMITTED #BTD #GoBeavs pic.twitter.com/iQTgokt47H— Dylan Black (@Dylan_Black4) January 30, 2019
Dylan Black is a 6-foot-2, 190-pound long snapper from Reno, Nevada. He is originally from Bend Oregon, but moved to Nevada as a child. Dylan Black took an official visit to Corvallis last weekend and the visit helped cement his final decision. Black was also offered walk-on opportunities at Purdue, Oklahoma State, Sacramento State, Nevada, Utah State and Texas State.
- Not only did Oregon State football add to their roster yesterday, they also added to their football staff. According to Mike Singer of Rivals, the Beavers will add to Jon Boyer to the staff as a quality control coach. Boyer was previously at Northern Colorado.
Former Northern Colorado QB/OC Jon Boyer has joined Oregon State as a quality control coach.— Mike Singer (@Rivals_Singer) January 31, 2019
- Lastly with the Superbowl rapidly approaching Brandin Cooks is making the news for all the right reasons. Brandin Cooks is pretty awesome.
Rams WR Brandin Cooks paid for team custodian, son to attend Super Bowl https://t.co/DaXyVrMBPT via @usatoday— Mike Jones (@ByMikeJones) January 29, 2019