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Competition already brisk for in-state hoss

CHARLES SIDDOWAY

RECRUITING THE CLASS of 2009 has, in earnest, only just begun and many highly coveted college prospects will be identified over the coming year. But one hoss from the Beaver State is already a sought prospect, with two Pac-10 offers under his belt. OL/DL Charles Siddoway attends Marist High in Eugene but before that he lived in Philomath, about five miles outside of Corvallis.

OSU assistants Jay Locey and Mike Cavanaugh are running the recruiting point on Siddoway for the Beavs, who just recently offered the 6-6.5, 302-pounder a full ride. "I had been talking with them and about a week earlier I had gone down to see a basketball game. But I had been talking to the coaches there for a while. They all seem great," said Siddoway. Because he used to lived so close to...

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