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What Beavs are getting in QB commit Mitchell

NICK MITCHELL

OREGON STATE HAS long known about Nick Mitchell, the Snoqualmie, Wash. quarterback who verballed to Oregon State. His brother, OL Josh Mitchell, was a signing member of OSU's 2012 class. But what does the younger Mitchell bring to the table? BF.C went to the guy who knows him best, his head coach at Mount Si High, Charlie Kinnune, for insight on the first known commit in the Beavs' 2014 class.

Nick Mitchell (6-2, 175), first and foremost says his prep coach, puts the pigskin on the play side for his receivers. "Nick is special in that he is extremely accurate with great timing," said Kinnune. That's a big part of what Mike Riley and Oregon State liked about him. "Nick is a perfect fit for Coach Riley and his staff. He has...

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