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BYRON MOORE

OREGON STATE REPORTEDLY has about four spots left to fill in the 2011 recruiting class. But they're expected to host double digit prospects this weekend, one of the few remaining official visit weekends before Signing Day.

Mike Riley told the Gazette Times recently his estimate was to take an additional four more recruits leading up to LOI Day on Feb. 2, but that number remains fluid. "We are getting tight right now, but it will all work out," Riley said. "We are still recruiting. We are limited with our numbers. We don't know what that final number (of recruits) will be - maybe four more." The Beavs have 2...

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