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VERBAL: Beavs add fleet CB/KR to 2010 class

CB/KR RYAN HANDFORD GOES BLACK & ORANGE

SAY THIS FOR Ryan Handford -- he shows up nicely on film. After his sophomore season at Santa Ana, he didn't have any D-I offers. But he sent out tape and a copy made its way to Corvallis. From then on, his recruitment by the Beavs picked up steam and Friday, OSU offered and he climbed on board, becoming a late member of the 2010 Beaver class. So what's the scoop on the Beavs' new CB/return man?

Oregon State liked Handford's (5-10.5, 193, 4.44) versatility -- he's also a return man -- and his physicality from what the corner said. And it sounds like he's comfortable playing pretty much any coverage and/or comin' up and putting his hat on a running back. "They told me they like my aggressiveness -- coach (Mike) Riley told me he liked the way I came up and tackled," said Handford. "He...

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