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Five Beavs ready to make an impact

Five Beavs ready to make an impact

CORVALLIS – There's a lot of bowl talk to come surrounding the Beavers but BF.C wanted to start the week by looking even further into the future. OSU has a bevy of young talent who could make an impact next season and after watching practice, talking with coaches and analyzing it all, here are our picks for the five who should have Beaver fans excited about the big picture.

Wide Receiver Hunter Jarmon – 5-10, 200 (FR) Jarmon is a very versatile ball player who could almost play just about anywhere with the exception of the D-line and O-line. The freshman receiver made an impact during 2013 as a member of the scout team, and I see him playing a much larger role in the offensive schemes next year. A larger role could mean one of two things. First, Jarmon could start...

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