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Todd Huber

OREGON STATE might not have been the first to offer offensive lineman Todd Huber out of Rolling Hills, Calif., but the Beaver coaching staff has made significant inroads with the three star prospect. Voted a team captain at Palos Verdes Peninsula this season, he's also carrying on the "Hammer" nickname first given to his brother when he was cracking pads in the preps.

Previous reports had Huber favoring Cal and Stanford over ASU and Washington. "That's probably kind of accurate but I'm not sure where they got that. I think they just got a feeling about that because I had just gone on (unofficial) visits to Cal and Stanford. "I'm not completely sure on my top five, I have to wait and see all the schools that are going to offer. I like Cal and I like Stanford...

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