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2011 OSU CLASS: Northwest prospects to watch

BRENNAN SCARLETT from Portland's Central Catholic

THE INK ON the 2010 Letters of Intent is barely dry but the Oregon State coaching staff has long been at work on the 2011 class. The Northwest churned out a pretty good crop of football gridders this past class but the early buzz on the members of the 2011 vintage is that they could turn out just as good, if not better. Here are a number of seniors-to-be to watch from Oregon and the Northwest.

And the following prospects could be among the most talked about Northwest recruits when their Signing Day rolls around a year from now. Emphasize the word "could" in that last sentence. There are many factors that shape a recruiting outlook, not just potential or raw talent. Grades, attitude, injuries, work ethic, summer-camp and combine performances, senior year progress and performance -- all...

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