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Post-visit, Beavs and OLB look like good fit

Post-visit, Beavs and OLB look like good fit

JUCO LINEBACKER Cade Cowdin spent the weekend in Corvallis, hosted by Mike Riley and Oregon State. How did the trip go and how close is he to a decision?

Cowdin (6-2, 230) won't take too long to make his decision – he's a mid-year transfer. But he does want to take additional trips, and compare them to his experience at Oregon State. "I'm leaning towards OSU after this weekend, but I'd like to take more trips to nail it down…Everything was really good, the whole program is put together...

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