CORVALLIS – Oregon State's offense was heating up Wednesday despite the cold weather and part of the reason was a new face -- the Beavs brought a defender into the offensive formations. Oh yes, we’re looking right at you, Dylan Wynn. Meanwhile, OSU’s defensive line showed versatility in the trenches and in their red zone work, and Brandin Cooks made his return to practice.
CORVALLIS – Defensive leadership has been a hot topic this week and it’s time to let the Oregon State players and coaches have their say. BF.C’s Drew Wilson-McGrath asked Dylan Wynn and D.J. Alexander to weigh in, plus assistants Rod Perry Trent Bray too.
LIGHTNING DOES indeed strike twice. Oregon State scored a few years back with DE Dylan Wynn out of Concord, Calif. and storied De La Salle High. On Tuesday, they received a verbal from a guy who could well be the spitting image of Wynn – Sumner Houston, a 3-star prospect with the same type of high-rev motor. But will he line up on the edge like Wynn, or will it be something different...
Winning the battle at the line
If you’re not sure what this thing is all about, check out the first in the series which details Markus Wheaton and Brandin Cooks.
For today’s deadly Beaver tandem, we’re looking at duel defensive ends Scott Crichton and Dylan Wynn.
Both players exploded on the scene in 2011 as freshmen (Wynn a true freshman, Crichton a redshirt) and have continued...