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Oregon State Football: Most Valuable Player Countdown - #40 Teagan Quitoriano

The sophomore TE is ready for a big year two.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: SEP 01 Oregon State at Ohio State Photo by Adam Lacy/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

We continue our most valuable players list at #40, now just 42 days away from the Beavers season opener against Oklahoma State at Reser. With fall camp right around the corner, it’s starting to feel like football season.


#40 Teagan Quitoriano - Tight End

Teagan Quitoriano is an Oregon-native (Sprague High School) and talented tight end. If 2018 was like a typical year for the Beavers they probably would have redshirted Teagan, but they desperately needed tight ends. Quitoriano played in 10 games and caught two passes for 13 yards as a true freshman. Quitoriano played less than Isaiah Smalls (another true freshman), but I think overall Quitoriano is the better run/pass blocker.

Overall his receiving statistics probably won’t amaze Beaver fans this upcoming season; but I expect Teagan to be very valuable in opening running lanes for Jermar Jefferson, Artavis Pierce and company. Don’t count out Teagan from catching a few passes here and there throughout the season though.

Projected Statistics:

8 Receptions... 65 yards... 1 Touchdown....