Spring Ball Report: Day 6
JOHN REESE
JOHN REESE
BeaverFootball.com Correspondent
Posted Apr 11, 2008


CORVALLIS--The centers got in some extra work, tight ends drilled hard at two of the position's responsibilities, Una Smiley is XXL and Stephen Paea is turning heads. Lyle Moevao? On target again in drills Friday, while true frosh Ryan Katz continued to throw the nicest deep ball. TT was pushing 'em all over the place plus an update on replacing the best kicker to ever take the field at OSU.

THE TIGHT ENDS worked on various drags and delays and it was Brady Camp who looked to be the one making the most catches today. Gabe Miller, John Reese and Joe Halahuni on Friday were running more of the h-back types of stuff rather than what you see a typical tight end run so they didn't see as many balls come their way given the focus of the drill.

Early on in camp, indications are Howard Croom and Camp are...

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