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BEAVERS LAND VERBAL NO. 14

Alex Fa'agai could play d-end or d-tackle at OSU

JUNIOR COLLEGE DE/DT Alex Fa'agai has made the call -- he's a Beaver. The Foothill College wrecking ball becomes the second verbal from Foothill and the fifth defensive lineman in the 2006 class. He also becomes the fourteenth known verbal commitment for the Beavs, not including one other soft verbal, as OSU enters the recruiting homestretch. BeaverFootball.com talks to the newest member to the OSU class.

"I committed to Oregon State a couple days ago," Fa'agai told BeaverFootball.com Friday evening. Fa'agai (6-4, 265) chose OSU over Kentucky (offer), Arizona, Boise State, WSU and UNLV and others. The sack machine said the chance to play in the Pac-10 and be a little closer to home were key factors in his decision to ring up the OSU coaches and tell them he was coming. "I called coach Newhouse...

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