- Pro Football Network’s Oliver Hodgkinson released his newest four-round 2021 NFL Mock Draft, which projects Oregon State edge rusher/hybrid linebacker Hamilcar Rashed Jr. as the #65 overall pick in the process, selected by the ever professional New York Jets. In August, Hodgkinson saw the Beavers star to come off the board just four picks later to the Miami Dolphins, meaning Rashed Jr.’s draft stock is staying stable despite having not taken the field in 2020 just yet.
- According to WhoopDirt, Oregon State men’s basketball assistant Gregg Gottlieb will be joining new Grand Canyon head women’s basketball coach Molly Miller’s staff as the Director of Basketball Operations for the program. Gottlieb has been on Wayne Tinkle’s staff in Corvallis since 2014 and now leaves a void on the men’s bench for the Beavers.
- A true teacher and innovator, the Oregon State community lost former faculty member, coach, administrator and Beavers Sports Hall of Fame member Pat Ingram this week at the age of 90. Ingram was the school’s “first director of OSU’s Women’s Intercollegiate Athletic Department” and a women’s track and field coach from 1970-1973, where she won three conference championships. She is best remembered as a “true pioneer” in the advancement of women’s athletics, not just at Oregon State, but throughout the country.
- Two weeks ago, Oregon State put their name in the running for 2021 three-star guard Justin Rochelin, but the California wing talent won’t be coming to Corvallis after all. On Saturday, Rochelin announced his commitment to Arizona State, citing his comfort with the staff’s ability to take his game to the next level. The Beavers currently only have one committed player for the 2021 class at the moment in JUCO guard Dashawn Davis.
High upside wing Justin Rochelin tells @247Sports that he’s headed to #ArizonaState https://t.co/rqAT1wH915 pic.twitter.com/6KHqlcQV0d— Eric Bossi (@ebosshoops) October 17, 2020
- And finally, let’s hear a bit about the Beavers football team straight from the people who know them best. Beavers Edge put together their group of quotes from this week of practice, including input from head coach Jonathan Smith, defensive coordinator Tim Tibesar, safety David Morris and edge talent Addison Gumbs. Simply put, Oregon State football can’t come back soon enough.
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