On Friday, Oregon State football held their Beaver Combine. The event is an NFL combine-like show that the the team participates in and is gaining popularity. The healthy players do a shuttle run, three-cone drill, broad jump, vertical jump and of course the 40-yard dash.
The team doesn’t publicize every players results, but they do release the top-5 from each activity. The results are posted below. Anthony Gould, Champ Flemings, Kaleb Hayes and Hamilcar Rashed Jr. were standouts showing off their athleticism.
— Oregon State Football (@BeaverFootball) March 2, 2020
1. @antgould_, @tlowe_2, @twothelegacy2
5. @OMGitsZeriah, @nahwrig #Consistency #BuildTheDam pic.twitter.com/v5b9SThRer
Broad Jump ⤵️— Oregon State Football (@BeaverFootball) March 1, 2020
5. @kvng_Baylor pic.twitter.com/F8FYDGzF95
Beaver Combine @King_Hayes001 • @mwachamp • @___WR3 • @antgould_• @tyjonlindsey • @JaydonGrant #GoBeavs pic.twitter.com/5HEzaPe1BP— Oregon State Football (@BeaverFootball) March 1, 2020
Beaver Combine: Pro Agility— Oregon State Football (@BeaverFootball) February 29, 2020
2. Moku Watson
5. @Jackcolletto #Consistency pic.twitter.com/9icOFXDoPW
Beaver Combine: ✔️#Consistency pic.twitter.com/pjZH7PUlL9— Oregon State Football (@BeaverFootball) February 29, 2020
The Beavers will keep practing and then take a break after March 14th. They’ll pick it up starting April 1st, with the practices culminating with their spring game on April 18th at Reser Stadium. Coach Smith announced that Kase Rogers (RB) and Travis Mackay (OL) are no longer with the team, citing retirement as the reasons.