Posted January 29, 2013 on oregonstate.scout.com
THE 2013 RECRUITING YEAR for Oregon State began with silence – the Beavs didn’t gain their first commit until June, causing more than a little consternation for Beaver fans. But with just a little over a week before Signing Day, the recruiting year looks to end with OSU signing one of their highest rated classes -- ever.
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