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Beavs making gains with 4-star corner?

ANTHONY DYE

ANTHONY DYE is the No. 7 ranked cornerback in the nation. A 5-11.5, 189 pounder with some serious quicks -- he was clocked at 4.36 in the 40 at a Scout.com combine -- Dye was UCLA's first verbal commitment in their '08 class but Oregon State is making a strong push. Dye talks about what will be the two most important factors in his decision and if there has been a subtle shift towards the Beavers.

Oregon State, UCLA and Oregon have all been in recent contact and Dye said all three remain viable choices for him, though OSU and UCLA look to be the two main players, and the Beavs are coming on strong with Signing Day a little over a month away. "Overall, things are shifting a little bit towards Oregon State," Dye said earlier this week. "But we really just have to wait and see what happens...

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