Quincy Wright is a 6-foot-2, 270-pound defensive lineman from Duncanville, Texas. He announced his decision Saturday afternoon.
100% Committed @BeaverFootball @Coach_Smith @Duncanville_Fb @Duncanville_TF @RamelBorner @CoachShelton10 @CoachSamuels11 @OMGitsZeriah #TrailBlazer22 #BuildTheDam #GoBeavs pic.twitter.com/83fu9vSQJu— Quincy Wright (@QBaankroll) July 3, 2021
Quincy Wright is a monster defensive lineman. Fellow Texas natives Zeriah Beason and Damien Martinez are pumped to be teaming up with Wright in Corvallis. Quincy Wright also held scholarship offers from: Arkansas, Minnesota, Kansas, Colorado State and others.
He Works I would love him as a teammate again. https://t.co/4T0HI1sFlA— Zeriah B. (@OMGitsZeriah) July 3, 2021
Yessirr! Let’s show em what us texas dawgs do https://t.co/OZfKonsoT9— damien martinez❌ (@damienfor6) July 3, 2021
This is a huge pickup for Oregon State. Consistently fielding a good defensive line group has been a struggle for Oregon State the past few years and to land a commitment from someone of Wright’s talent and skill set is huge. The Beavers have been on a flurry in recent weeks in securing verbal commitments for 2022 and they aren’t done yet. Wright joins a talented group of commits including: Luka Vincic (OT), Jacob Strand (OT), Carlos Mack (S), Dylan Lopez (C), Melvin Jordan (LB), Travis Throckmorton (QB), Cole Prusia (WR) and Damien Martinez (RB).