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Beavs find verbal No. 5 in Oklahoma

DAX DILBECK

LAST MONTH, OKLAHOMA playmaker Dax Dilbeck told BF.C he would be setting up a weekly call with the Oregon State coaches to keep in touch over the summer. A few weeks later, it was decision time. Dilbeck plays quarterback at Deer Creek High in Edmond, Okla., but he'll be lining up elsewhere for the Beavers. The 6-1, 185-pounder becomes the fifth known verbal commitment in OSU's 2009 class.

Dax Dilbeck had a feeling when he took his first visit to Corvallis last month that Oregon State might well be his college destination. As his summer schedule began to slow down the past couple of weeks, the feeling became stronger. "I just felt comfortable when I got there. The coaches, with everything they were doing, I could just see myself going to school there," said Dilbeck. And so...

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