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PostSubject: Napa Autoparts Beaver recruiting report   Sun 20 Dec 2009, 5:38 am

The Beavs have signed their first recruit of the season. He just so happens to be the #1 WR prospect in the nation...5*****WR Demetrius Morris 5'11 172lbs from Tukwila, Washington...Morris has A- speed, he should be a fine addition to the WR stable, and they could use some more depth.
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PostSubject: Re: Napa Autoparts Beaver recruiting report   Sun 20 Dec 2009, 12:11 pm

i was thinking of goin for him but i recon the #2 will be better.
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PostSubject: Re: Napa Autoparts Beaver recruiting report   Sun 20 Dec 2009, 12:50 pm

clev u brang in alot of good wid outs this class watch out for cincy!
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PostSubject: Re: Napa Autoparts Beaver recruiting report   Sun 20 Dec 2009, 1:10 pm

clevmire1 wrote:
i was thinking of goin for him but i recon the #2 will be better.
hey...I had some slim pickings with Oregon State....no one was showing me any love...i was happy to take him
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PostSubject: Re: Napa Autoparts Beaver recruiting report   Mon 21 Dec 2009, 1:16 pm

oh he'll be good. but watch out for Kyle Curry in 2 years. I mean the kid has a B+ catch rating and an A+ spectacular catch rating as a freshman.
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PostSubject: Re: Napa Autoparts Beaver recruiting report   Tue 22 Dec 2009, 3:48 am

The Beavs signed two more recruits
3***DT Thomas Molesi 6-1 327lbsOceanside offensive lineman, Thomas Molesi is a versatile athlete that can play anywhere along the line. He is having a great senior season and has helped lead his team to an undefeated record that he hopes will end with a berth in the California State Championship game. After committing to OSU back in the summer, Molesi talks about his season and when he hopes to visit Corvallis.

4****HB Malcolm Marable 5'11 188lbs The Oregon State program received a number of early commitments in this recruiting cycle and one of those commits was on hand this weekend to see what he called, "the best game of the season for the Beavers." Running back, Malcolm Marable was on hand for the game against Stanford and came away very impressed with what he saw out of his future team.

Thats three total signings so far for the Beavs : 5***** WR Demetrius Morris,4****HB Malcolm Marable,3***DT Thomas Molesi
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PostSubject: Re: Napa Autoparts Beaver recruiting report   Sun 27 Dec 2009, 2:13 pm

Beavs Finished Their Recruiting with 12 new recruits for the 2010 season #40 in the Nation
1 J Butler QB 6'2 194 5*****JUCOJR 87ovr 91THP 88THA
2 D Morris WR 5'11 172 5***** 84ovr 92spd 94acc 74cth 89SPC 76CIT
3 M Marable HB 5'11 188 4**** 78ovr 89spd 83acc 75BTK 83car
4 W Storey FS 6'1 169 4**** 76ovr 85spd 83acc 81tak 82MCV 82 ZCV
5 R Sapolu OG 6'3 288 3*** 78ovr 83str 86pbk 84rbk
6 S Butler CB 5'9 180 3*** 76ovr 90spd 87acc 61cth 82mcv 75ZCV
7 D Welch FS 6'1 194 3*** 72ovr 83spd 90acc 83tkl 76ZCV 76MCV
8 T Molesi DT 6'1 327 3*** 72ovr 74str 78tkl 89PMV 79FMV
9 H Iona DT 6-1 279 2** 68ovr 83str 78tkl 75PMV 71FMV
10 S Mannion QB 6'4 218 2** 70ovr 78THP 78THA
11 J McBride CB 6'1 210 2** 70ovr 83spd 82acc 87MCV 73ZCV
12 D Medlock FB 6'0 229 Walk-on 47ovr 67spd 70str 58cth 67pbk 64rbk
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PostSubject: Re: Napa Autoparts Beaver recruiting report   Thu 31 Dec 2009, 12:36 pm

The Beavs Have signed their first recruit of the 2010 season:
Mike Martin C 6'4 309lbs, Winchester,Nevada 3***
Mike chose Oregon State over USC and UNLV
with 2 senior centers leaving after this season, Martin was a huge pick up for the Beavs.

Update: Mike Martin 94ovr 86strength 94PBK 87RBK 2 Year Starter


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PostSubject: Re: Napa Autoparts Beaver recruiting report   Sun 03 Jan 2010, 12:40 pm

The Beavs Have signed their 2nd recruit of the 2010 season:
Edgar Baker WR 6'2 202lbs4**** Payette,Idaho
Edgar chose Oregon State over Oklahoma and Iowa
WR is a huge need for the Beavers, as they have 4 senior recievers leaving this year. Hopefully Edgar can make a name for himself in 2011. He has B+ Speed and some shaky hands, he must work on his hands and his route running if he wants to replace James Rodgers.
2011 signings
1. 3***C Mike Martin 6'4 309lbs Winchester,Nevada 20ranked Center
2. 4****WR Edgar Baker 6'2 202lbs Payette Idaho 6ranked Wide Reciever
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PostSubject: Re: Napa Autoparts Beaver recruiting report   Fri 08 Jan 2010, 5:21 am

The Beavs Have signed their 3rd recruit of the 2010 season:
Austin Peterson WR 5'10 188lbs 4**** Leesville,Lousiana
Austin chose Oregon State over Virginia Tech and Tennessee
WR is a huge need for the Beavers, as they have 4 senior recievers leaving this year. Hopefully Austin can make a name for himself in 2011. He has B+ Speed and some shaky hands, he must work on his hands and his route running if he wants to replace James Rodgers.
2011 signings
1. 3***C Mike Martin 6'4 309lbs Winchester,Nevada 20thranked Center
2. 4****WR Edgar Baker 6'2 202lbs Payette,Idaho 6ranked Wide Receiver
3. 4****WR Austin Peterson 5'10 188lbs Leesville,Lousiana 19thranked Wide Receiver
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PostSubject: Re: Napa Autoparts Beaver recruiting report   Thu 14 Jan 2010, 12:44 pm

Beavs Finished Their Recruiting with 21 new recruits for the 2011 season #34in the Nation
1. R Cotton C 4**** 6'2 275
2. M Ward HB 4****5'11 202
3. E Baker WR 4****6'2 202
4. A Peterson WR 4**** 5'10 188
5. M Martin C 3*** 6'4 309
6. M Cunningham DT 3*** 6'3 271
7. W Kirby WR 3*** 6'4 195
8. J Johnson DE 3*** 6'4 238
9. T Robinson DE 3*** 6'1 247
10. J Smith OT 2** 6'6 295
11. R Young TE 2** 6'2 257
12. K Meyer OLB 2** 6'3 227
13 J Clark K 2** 6'2 209
14 J Lawrence TE 2** 6'4 247
15 C Marshall TE 2** 6'7 265
16. T Jacobs HB 2** 5'10 209
17. E Murphy OLB 2** 5'11 180
18. B Davis QB 2** 6'3 235
19. J Pressley WR 2** 6'1 174
20. G Tyson K 2** 6'2 184
21 B King MLB 2** 6'2 232
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PostSubject: Re: Napa Autoparts Beaver recruiting report   Mon 18 Jan 2010, 2:19 am

The Beavs Have signed their first recruit of the 2011 season:
Jamar Lane HB 6'2 208lbs, Plano,Texas 4****
Jamar chose Oregon State over Virginia Tech and Florida
He posseses A-speed and B+ Acceleration
Biography:
Lane finished his prep career as one of the state's top 10 most prolific backs with 6,620 rushing yards after picking up 1,335 yards as a senior.
As a junior, Lane finished with 1,685 yards rushing and 15 touchdowns. He enjoyed a great freshman season with 1,800 yards on 270 attempts for 15 touchdowns for the 2A State Champion.He benches 300-pounds and squats 400.

As impressive as those stats are, his three-year totals are even more staggering. During his three-year career he’s amassed 5,285 yards on the ground.

Lane: “I’m quick and am able to get away from the defender. I can make smart decisions and don’t make many mistakes. I’m really balanced. I can do all the little things well. I’d also like to be more patient on the blocks. I cant wait to get to Corvallis and show coach 9's what I can do”


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PostSubject: Re: Napa Autoparts Beaver recruiting report   Tue 19 Jan 2010, 10:59 pm

The Beavs Have signed their 2nd recruit of the 2011 season:
Scott Gates MLB 5'11 242lbs, Bayard, New Mexico 4**** 11th Ranked MLB in the Nation
Chad chose Oregon State over Oklahoma State and Texas
Biography:
Gates finished his junior season with 75 tackles, 12 tackles for loss, three fumbles recovered, two sacks, one fumble caused and one interception. He participated in the Junior U.S. Army All-American Combine in San Antonio. He says he can bench 315-pounds, squat 565 and has a 32-inch vertical jump.
Partial senior season (3-1) stats: 30 total tackles.

Gates reports a 2.5 core GPA and is taking the ACT for the first time in October.

Gates: “I can come up and fill the hole. I play well sideline-to-sideline and have great speed. I’m just a hard-nosed, smash-mouth player. I have been a huge fan of Coach 9's since I started watching Football."

“I’m working on my coverages. I don’t want to hesitate taking on the quarterback.”

2011 signings
1. HB Jamar Lane 6'2 208lbs, Plano, Texas
2. MLB Scott Gates 5-11 242lbs, Bayard, New Mexico


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PostSubject: Re: Napa Autoparts Beaver recruiting report   Wed 27 Jan 2010, 11:30 am

The Beavs Have signed their 3rd recruit of the 2011 season:
Ryan Gates QB 6'4 192lbs, San Leandro,California 4**** 13th Ranked QB in the Nation
Ryan chose Oregon State over Stanford and USC
Ryan has been clocked at 4.58 running the 40 and maxes out at 253lbs on the bench press
Scout.com Player Evaluation:
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Poise and Leadership
Running Ability / Mobility
Touch
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Technique and Accuracy

Athletic quarterback with inate ability to feel pressure and elude defenders. Has good change of direction and is very elusive. Has a nice arm and can make all the throws. Needs work mechanically, but shows good touch on his passes, particularly the deep ball. Is a very smart and poised player who is cool under pressure and in the clutch. Shows good command of the offense and understanding of the game.
Biography:
2008: Gates was 98-of-170 pass attempts for 1,886 yards, 26 touchdowns and seven interceptions. He added 115 carries for 1,401 yards and 22 touchdowns.

2007: As a sophomore, he passed for 1000 yards and rushed for 475.

Lead the Pirates to the state championship game his Junior year, passing for 1,886 yards (98 for 170), 26 touchdowns and seven interceptions and rushing for 1,401 yards and 22 touchdowns.
2011 signings
1. HB Jamar Lane 6'2 208lbs, Plano, Texas 4****
2. MLB Scott Gates 5-11 242lbs, Bayard, New Mexico 4****
3 QB Ryan Gates 6'4 192lbs, San Leandro, California 4****


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PostSubject: Re: Napa Autoparts Beaver recruiting report   Wed 27 Jan 2010, 11:48 am

SICK report dude.

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PostSubject: Re: Napa Autoparts Beaver recruiting report   Wed 27 Jan 2010, 12:47 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Napa Autoparts Beaver recruiting report   Fri 29 Jan 2010, 3:26 am

The Beavs Have signed their 4th recruit of the 2011 season:
Courtney Iverson SS 5'11 195lbs, Newberg,Oregon 3*** 25th Ranked SS in the Nation
Courtney chose Oregon State over Wisconsin and Oklahoma
Courtney has been clocked at 4.48 running the 40 and maxes out at 408lbs on the bench press
Scout.com Player Evaluation:
STRENGTHS
Blitzing Ability
Change of Direction
Tackling Ability
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Size and coverage skills

Has the ability to play either safety spot. Explosive and sure tackler, helps him make plays around the line of scrimmage. Rangy and can cover ground in the secondary. Needs to bulk up but has frame to do so.

Biography:
Iverson finished his junior season with 77 tackles, three sacks, three fumbles recovered and two interceptions. He says he can bench 408-pounds, squat 360 and claims a 32-inch vertical jump.
Iverson says he wants to major in business management and reports a 3.8 core GPA and is taking the ACT on June 6.

Iverson: “I’m a rangy safety. I like to come up and make a play. I like to cover and am always around the ball. I’m very aggressive and love to hit. I like contact a lot.

“I’m always trying to improve. There’s nothing major that I need to work on but I’m definitely working on my cover skills and want to get stronger. I cant wait to follow in the footsteps of the great Beaver Safetys before me, I got a chance to exchange a few texts with Cameron Collins and Lance Mitchell, and they have given me a wealth of knowledge and support, I can't wait to get to Corvallis.”


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PostSubject: Re: Napa Autoparts Beaver recruiting report   Fri 29 Jan 2010, 4:22 am

The Beavs Have signed their 5th recruit of the 2011 season:
Dustin Berry CB 6'2 190lbs, Derby, Colorado 4*** 9th Ranked CB in the Nation
Dustin chose Oregon State over Notre Dame and Ohio State
Dustin has been clocked at 4.42 running the 40 and maxes out at 301lbs on the bench press
Dustin is the great Grandson of Rock and Roll Pioneer and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer: Chuck Berry
Scout.com Player Evaluation:
STRENGTHS
Closing Speed
Size
Tackling Ability
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Coverage Awareness

Dustin is a nice sized cover corner who gets better with every rep and only lacks experience at the position. He has the ability to be a true lockdown corner. Right now he relies a lot on instinct, but is getting better at being aware of everything that is going on around him and jumping routes. He is tough to beat in press coverage and he will hit you. Plays very physical football and is not afraid of contact.
Biography:
Dustin Berry finished his junior season with 35 tackles, two interceptions and one fumble caused. He benches 301-pounds and can squat 210 20 times.
He reports a 2.7 core GPA and a 1440 three-part SAT and 1020 two-part SAT.

Berry: “I can jump and have good quickness. I have good movement and am smooth and have a great back peddle.
“I want to improve my speed. That’s the main thing and I also want to make more of an impact when I hit. I need to be more physical when I tackle. I can't wait to be a huge part of what Coach 9's is building over there in Corvallis”
2011 signings
1. HB Jamar Lane 6'2 208lbs, Plano, Texas 4****
2. MLB Scott Gates 5-11 242lbs, Bayard, New Mexico 4****
3 QB Ryan Gates 6'4 192lbs, San Leandro, California 4****
4 SS Courtney Iverson 5'11 195lbs, Newberg,Oregon 3***
5 CB Dustin Berry 6'2 190lbs, Derby,Colorado 4****


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PostSubject: Re: Napa Autoparts Beaver recruiting report   Tue 02 Feb 2010, 1:03 pm

The Beavs Have signed their 1st recruit of the 2012 season:
Jesse Gilbert WR JUCO 6'3 215lbs, St. Cloud, Minnesota 3***38th ranked WR
Jesse Chose Oregon State over Iowa and Wisconsin
Jesse has been timed at 4.40 running the 40 and maxes out at 289lbs on the Bench Press
Scout.com Player Evaluation:
STRENGTHS
Red Zone Weapon
Size
Speed
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Strength
One of the elite receivers in the JC ranks, Gilbert will instantly upgrade Oregon State's receiver corps. Will be a big weapon in the passing game, with his size and speed.
Posted 80 receptions for 1,263 yards and 12 touchdowns in 2011.
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PostSubject: Re: Napa Autoparts Beaver recruiting report   Sat 13 Feb 2010, 1:14 am

The Beavs Have signed their 2nd,3rd,and 4th recruits of the 2012 season.
Lawrence Jenkins WR 5'11 170lbs, Calhoun, Georgia4****11th ranked WR
Lawrence Chose Oregon State over Florida and North Carolina
Lawrence has been timed at 4.42 running the 40 and maxes out at 223lbs on the Bench Press
Scout.com Player Evaluation:
STRENGTHS
Downfield Threat
Route-Running Skills
Speed
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Size
Jenkins makes the game look easy, he is one of the top WR prospects in the country featuring speed,agility, and tremendous ability to make spectacular catches. He has an extra gear to turn to when he needs it. Jenkins ability to get downfield or take a short pass the distance is what separates him from the pack as a prospect. He should be not be stopped in the red zone. Jenkins also plays Safety where he shows terrific instincts. -Geoff Vogt, Florida Recruiting Analyst

Chris Carrington QB 6'2 212lbs, Lynwood,California3***25th ranked QB
Chris Chose Oregon State over California and Florida State
Chris has been timed at 4.60 running the 40 and maxes out at 217lbs on the Bench Press
Scout.com Player Evaluation:
STRENGTHS
Accuracy / Consistency
Poise and Leadership
Running Ability / Mobility
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Arm Strength
Technique
Playing for a team like Northwestern, even as a sophomore, is a good confidence builder. Carrington can stand safely in the pocket for extended periods of time and read defenses without fear of being hit in most games.Carrington has better than average arm strength, very good accuracy, and excellent mobility. He's very good at throwing on the run in either direction, uncannily so rolling left - Scott Kennedy, Scout.com

Calvin Watkins RB 5'11 209lbs, Walnut Creek,California 4****4th ranked RB
Calvin chose Oregon State over California and USC
Calvin has been timed at 4.42 running the 40 and maxes out at 366lbs on the Bench Press
Scout.com Player Evaluation:
STRENGTHS
Balance
Tackle-Breaking Ability
Vision
Strength
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Hands
When you watch Watkins you feel like you are seeing exactly what a running back is supposed to be. He has great size and runs with authority. When he sees a hole or has to get past a defender he makes one move and then explodes making him an elusive back with size and tremndous strength.

2012signings
1. HB Calvin Watkins 5'11 209lbs Walnut Creek, California 4****
2. WR Lawrence Jenkins 5'11 170lbs Calhoun, Georgia 4****
3 QB Chris Carrington 6'2 212lbs Lynwood, California 3***
4 WR Jesse Gilbert JUCO 6'3 215lbs St. Cloud, Minnesota 3***


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PostSubject: Re: Napa Autoparts Beaver recruiting report   Fri 19 Feb 2010, 1:01 am

The Beavs Have signed their 1st recruit of the 2013 season.
Jeff Gray OG 6'4 321lbs, Prescott, Arizona 4****6th ranked OG
Jeff Chose Oregon State over Utah and USC
Jeff has been timed at 5.30 running the 40 and maxes out at 474lbs on the Bench Press, and 645lbs on the squat
Scout.com Player Evaluation:
STRENGTHS
Intelligence
Quickness Off Ball
Technique
Size
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Speed
Footwork
Biography:
Had 34 pancake blocks as a sophomore and has not allowed any sacks in his varsity career.


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PostSubject: Re: Napa Autoparts Beaver recruiting report   Wed 24 Feb 2010, 1:09 am

The Beavs Have signed their 2nd,3rd,4th,5th,and 6th recruit of the 2013 season.
Paul Jones FS 6'2 192lbs, Orchard, West Virginia 4**** 12th ranked FS
Paul Chose Oregon State over Ohio State and Virginia Tech
Paul has been timed at 4.44 running the 40 and maxes out at 360lbs on the Bench Press, and 350lbs on the squat
Scout.com Player Evaluation:
STRENGTHS
Burst Out Of Breaks
Hands
Size
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Jamming Ability
A receiver as well as a safety in high school, Jones was rough around the edges playing receiver, but his nasty dispostion and penchant for contact translates well to the safety position. He has excellent size and is fundamentally sound as a tackler, but won't overlook a chance to make a big hit or interception. Good enough in coverage for free safety and physical enough for strong. Scott Kennedy, Scout.com

James Jackson C 6'3 271lbs, Auburn Hills, Michigan 4**** 10th ranked C
James Chose Oregon State over Michigan and Oklahoma
James has been timed at 4.90 running the 40 and maxes out at 444lbs on the Bench Press, and 610lbs on the squat
Scout.com Player Evaluation:
STRENGTHS
Aggresiveness / Tenacity
Flexibility
Quickness Off Ball
Power And Strength
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Arm Length
Great footwork and a natural center prospect, reaches down his gap well, shows the ability to trap off the snap easily, and knows how to finish blocks. Great awareness of the second level, surprisingly adept at pulling, and pretty strong at the point of attack. Great technique using his hands. Can have trouble with a nose playing right over him. - Miller Safrit

Lawrence Peters OG 6'6 299lbs, San Ramon, California 4**** 7th ranked OG
Lawrence Chose Oregon State over Maryland and USC
Lawrence has been timed at 5.08 running the 40 and maxes out at 474lbs on the Bench Press, and 680lbs on the squat
Scout.com Player Evaluation:
STRENGTHS
Aggresiveness / Tenacity
Feet
Size
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Flexibility
At 6-6 299lbs, Peters is a load and he knows how to use his weight. Peters punishes DTs at the point of attack. Has good explosiveness off the line but must work on his flexibility as he plays high at times causing him to struggle at the second level.

Grant Harvey QB 6'2 201lbs, Ralston, Nebraska 5***** 1st ranked QB
Grant Chose Oregon State over Iowa and Kansas
Grant has been timed at 4.94 running the 40 and maxes out at 289lbs on the Bench Press, and 285lbs on the squat
Scout.com Player Evaluation:
STRENGTHS
Accuracy / Consistency
Decision-making
Pocket Awareness
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Running Ability / Mobility
Speed
A strong-armed, super productive pocket passer who should finish his storied prep career as the all-time leading passer in Nebraska state history. Harvey has been a standout since his freshman year at Ralston High, when he threw for 1,700 yards and 16 TDs and enters his senior season this fall with 7,597 career passing yards. Bob Lichtenfels/Scout.com

Mickey Perry QB 6'1 200lbs, Liberty, Texas 4**** 5th ranked QB
Mickey Chose Oregon State over Oklahoma and Texas Tech
Mickey has been timed at 4.76 running the 40 and maxes out at 253lbs on the Bench Press, and 270lbs on the squat
Scout.com Player Evaluation:
STRENGTHS
Arm Strength
Poise and Leadership
Release
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Accuracy / Consistency
Touch
Perry has arguably the biggest arm in the country for the Class of 2013. At times he can rely on his arm a bit too much and needs to display a little more touch, rather than always going for the fastball. Can run, but is much more comfortable in the pocket, Perry has excellent mechanics, a quick release, and a tremendously strong arm. Scott Kennedy, Scout.com
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PostSubject: Re: Napa Autoparts Beaver recruiting report   Fri 26 Feb 2010, 10:08 pm

The Beavs Have signed their 7th and 8th recruit of the 2013 season.
Caleb Lamb CB 6'0 166lbs, Camarillo, California 4**** 10th ranked CB
Caleb Chose Oregon State over Stanford and USC
Caleb has been timed at 4.40 running the 40 and maxes out at 265lbs on the Bench Press, and 235lbs on the squat
Scout.com Player Evaluation:
STRENGTHS
Backpedal Quickness
Change of Direction
Hip Flexibility
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Hands
Has very quick feet and loose hips. He can turn and run with receivers and shows good straight line speed. He is aggressive and can play up on receivers. He does a nice job of redirecting their routes. He plays the ball well in the air, but bats away some passes he should intercept. However, he does position himself well in jump ball situations. Does some chasing and will need to refine his technique. - Allen Trieu
Biography:
Caleb Lamb finished his junior season with over 30 tackles and one interception. He also rushed 130 times for 800 yards and six touchdowns and started both ways (CB/RB), making All-California honorable mention. Also runs track. He says he can bench 265-pounds and has a 32-inch vertical jump.
Lamb reports a 3.0 core GPA and a 21 ACT.
Lamb: “I’m quick, agile and very athletic. I have a great back pedal and hips. I’m just very competitive and I can play flashy sometimes. I like to make the quarterback pay.
“I still want to get stronger. Plus I’d like to improve my awareness of the ball and get faster overall.”

David Davis WR 6'6 178lbs, Dallas, Texas 3*** 24th ranked WR
David Chose Oregon State over Texas and Oklahoma
David has been timed at 4.48 running the 40 and maxes out at 277lbs on the Bench Press, and 305lbs on the squat
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AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
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Has rare size. What sets him apart from other kids with that size are his athleticism, coordination and speed at that height. He has good acceleration and straight line speed and could be a real deep threat in college. He also has good ability after the catch, able to take short passes and go the distance with them. Relatively inexperienced, he just needs to continue to work on some of the little things, like blocking and route running.
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David Davis finished his junior season with 40 receptions for 797 yards and nine touchdowns. He says he can bench 277-pounds, squat 305 and claims a 38-inch vertical jump.
Davis plans on majoring in broadcasting and reports a 3.4 core GPA and a 25 ACT.
Davis: “I can create matchup problems. I can’t be jammed and most guys aren’t big enough to cover me. When I go up in the red zone there’s no stopping me. I’m very explosive.
“I want to run more precise routes. I’m still working on my feet.”
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PostSubject: Re: Napa Autoparts Beaver recruiting report   Sat 27 Feb 2010, 3:25 am

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PostSubject: Re: Napa Autoparts Beaver recruiting report   Sun 07 Mar 2010, 7:32 am

The Beavs Have signed their 1st recruit of the 2014 season.
Antonio Witherspoon HB 6'1 207lbs, Lake Serene, Washington 5***** 3rd ranked HB
Antonio Chose Oregon State over Texas and Ohio State
Antonio has been timed at 4.46 running the 40 and maxes out at 420lbs on the Bench Press, and 320lbs on the squat
Scout.com Player Evaluation:
STRENGTHS
Balance
Durability
Power
AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Elusiveness
Witherspoon is the best combo of power and speed in the state of Washington. He's got great vision and balance, and can be an everydown back in college, with his power and ability to get into the open field. Witherspoon boasts great vision and ability to get into the end zone.
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Scout.com National 100: #17
Witherspoon finished his junior season with 141 carries for 1,600 yards and 26 touchdowns. He also had five touchdowns receiving. He says he can bench 420-pounds, squat 320 and has a 33-inch vertical jump.
Partial senior (4-0) stats: 600+ yards rushing with nine touchdowns. Witherspoon also has two touchdowns receiving.
Was named the Washington State Freshman of the Year in 2010, after helping lead Aviation High (Wash.) to the Washington D-III State Championship, filling in during the playoffs at running back for the injured Jamaal Jacobson. Witherspoon finished the 2006 season with 274 yards and five touchdowns on offense, while contributing 51 tackles, 2.5 sacks, two fumble recoveries and an interception. Had 15 tackles, a sack and a pick in the state championship win over Franklin High.
Older brother, Marshall, was a U.S. Army All-American safety for Aviation High and was a former safety at USC.
Witherspoon plans on majoring in business finance and reports a 3.9 core GPA and a 24 ACT.
Witherspoon: “My biggest strength is my leg power. It takes a lot to bring me down. It’s usually not one guy.
“I’m more of a bigger back who has power. I’m a downhill runner, but I still have some pretty good moves and jukes too.
“I want to work on my footwork. I’d like to be more agile and I want to be able to slow down and get back to full speed quickly.”
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