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Hoss has OSU trip scheduled, Beavs lead

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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