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Beavs in sought Cali hoss' top five

Max Tuioti-Mariner

A SEASON ENDING injury suffered this spring is expected to wipe out the senior campaign of one of the Golden State's top offensive line prospects. But it has not, however, diminished the interest of the schools recruiting him. The 6-foot-4, 300-pounder out of Corona, Calif., has narrowed things down a bit and has a top five. Oregon State is on the list.

All things being equal, Max Tuioti-Mariner is leaning towards staying out West and will also verbally commit to a Pac-10 school, although he also hasn't closed the door on anyone at this stage and a school like Hawaii has a familial draw. When asked what he likes about the Beavers, the first thing mentioned is Mike Cavanaugh, the Beavers' offensive line coach. Tuioti-Mariner is familiar with...

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