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VERBAL: Tacoma WR goes black and orange

Geno Munoz

OREGON STATE picked up a verbal commitment earlier this week from a Tacoma wide receiver who turned in breakout performances at the Beavs' camp in June and at Scout.com combine performance in May. Geno Munoz, a 6-0, 180-pound playmaker with 4.56 speed in the 40 out of Mount Tahoma High, is the newest member of the Beaver family.

"I just liked the coaching staff a lot," said Munoz. "They're relaxed and when I went down there for the camp, I really liked how they worked with me." Munoz chose Oregon State over interest from, among others, UNLV, Washington and Washington State. "Monday I talked to (coach Danny) Langsdorf and he was really happy that I committed. I should be going down there for my official visit real soon...

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