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Elite long snapper has OSU on top

COREY ADAMS

WITH SCHOLARSHIP LIMITS AT 85 players, you don't normally see end one college offer a prospect solely as a long snapper. Corey Adams is the exception. The 6-5, 235 pounder has three offers from major D-IA programs and says all are looking at him solely at the long snapper position. One of those schools he officially visited this past weekend -- Oregon State. How did the Beavers rate?

Highly, said Adams, out of Lewis-Palmer High in Monument, Colorado, about 50 miles south of Denver. "It was actually more than I expected," said Adams of his visit to Corvallis. "Just the whole experience, of them beating USC, the campus, the facilities, hanging out with the players, the whole atmosphere was great. The game was pretty incredible." OSU leads post-visit, but Adams noted that...

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