Quarterback Brent Vanderveen of Arroyo Grande, Calif., will be playing in the Pac-12, making his…
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"He showed good athleticism and mobility as a junior, and he can run if needed. If OSU were to utilize a rolling pocket from time to time, or if protection breaks down, he has the ability to throw on the run."
"Gavin Andrews is a very good run blocker," said Huffman. "And he has good arm length for pass protection, but could use some work in pass-pro staying with his defender.
"He's been more a waist bender than a knee bender, that's something that he'll need to work on to reach his potential. He's versatile, he could also play inside as a guard. Oregon State fans will like that he has a lot of nasty in him on the field."
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