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BREAKING NEWS: Another Krebs riding OSU wave

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OREGON STATE signed Kaulin Krebs a couple classes back, the Kahuku, Hawaii quarterback who has spent the last two years on a Mormon mission and will join the Beavers this March. This weekend, his brother, a 6-1, 210-pound prep safety prospect, verbally committed to Oregon State while on an official visit and plans on a July arrivial. BF.C talks to the most recent addition to the OSU Class of 2008.

Kameron Krebs (6-1, 210, 4.6) said the atmosphere surrounding the Oregon State program and University was what he was looking for in a school. "I fully committed, I'm going to Oregon State. Hopefully I'll be up there in July," said Krebs. "It was just the warmth surrounding the program and how cool the coaches are, and from the football guys to the professors that I met, everyone was really...

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