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OSU target to visit Corvallis

GRANT ENGER

OREGON STATE WAS FIRST to offer the three-star offensive lineman prospect out of the Northwest. Shortly thereafter, though, two other Pac-10 schools quickly put their full rides on the table. This month could end up holding a rather large key to the decision-making process for the hoss, as he takes another unofficial trip to black and orange country in the Beaver state.

Offensive tackle prospect Grant Enger (6-5, 250) has already been to Oregon State unofficially but he plans on hitting Corvallis again in the next couple weeks. Normally requiring a subscription, this is an extended free content weekend on BeaverFootball.com and this BF.C recruiting content is free for everyone. Enjoy. Official visits won't start until later this fall but the unofficial trips...

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