Rosters expand when school starts, and more walk-ons will be added. The 10 preferred freshman walk-ons who have joined the Beavers are:
DE Tom Black (Winnipeg, Manitoba/Oak Park High)
OL Aaron Magnuson (Albany, Ore./West Albany HS)
TE/LB Devon Kell (Hilo, Hawai'i/Hilo HS)
LS Tyler Bills (Mission Viejo, Calif/Mission Viejo HS)
WR Garett Hall (Olympia, Wash./Olympia HS)
DE Travis Horton (Tigard, Ore./Tigard HS)
S Levi Levasa (Tualatin, Ore./Tualatin HS)
RB Dylan Parsons (Olympia, Wash./Olympia HS)
WR Mitch Singler (Medford, Ore./South Medford HS)
LB Reggie Williams (Rialto, Calif./Rialto HS)
Bills is a long snapper with two years experience at Mission Viejo. He earned first team all-South Coast Conference as a senior ... Black is a defensive end prospect from Canada. His father, Dave, played professionally in Winnipeg for OSU head coach Mike Riley.
Hall was a three-year starting receiver at Olympia High and twice earned all-Narrows League honors ... Horton is a defensive end from Tigard who earned first team all-Pacific Conference at defensive end and as an offensive tackle.
Kell played quarterback at Hilo before earning all-Big Island Federation first team at defensive end. Levasa, a safety prospect from Tualatin, is the son of former Oregon State center Roger Levasa (1978-81). Levasa played as a dual purpose quarterback in high school.
Magnuson is a massive offensive lineman from Albany. He helped West Albany HS to consecutive 5A state championships as a junior and senior. Parsons was a three-year starter at running back at Olympia earning first team all-Narrows League as a senior.
Singler is a three-year starter at receiver at South Medford. He earned first team all-state as a senior after setting school records for receptions and receiving yards. His cousin, Kyle, plays basketball at Duke ... Williams was a two-year starter at defensive end and earned all-Citrus Belt League honors as a senior.