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Cedric Mack

FOUR MORE HOME GAMES for Oregon State. That also means there are four more official visit game day weekends in Corvallis. One of those coming to dinner is a 6-5, 335-pound offensive tackle prospect with a penchant for pancake blocks. His official visit to Corvallis will be his first, and he says he has a clear leader headed in.

Recruiting is a fluid situation, with leaders capable of moving up and down a prospect's list on a regular basis. Earlier reports had Cedric Mack close to committing to then-leader Iowa State, but also high on LSU and with a number of offers to choose from. His new leader is just up the coast a bit from El Camino, Calif., where Mack plays his junior college ball. "Oregon State, that's my top...

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