2018 Oregon State Wish List Recruits

Mike Singer, Recruiting Editor
Beavers Edge

BeaversEdge.com takes a look at our five wish list recruits for the Oregon State Beavers. Could we have picked all five-star recruits? Sure. But this is a list of wish list prospects that we think Oregon State has a chance with.

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No. 5 Draco Bynum

Strongside defensive end

4 STARS


Wilsonville

RR: 5.8

Ht: 6'5.0"

Wt: 250.0

Class: 2018

POSITION

-

NATIONAL

STATE

Commitment status:

undecided



Rundown: Bynum is an Oregon State legacy as his mother attended OSU and played on the women's basketball team. The four-star defensive end visited Oregon State for their spring game in March. Bynum talks frequently with the Oregon State coaching staff and grew up an Oregon State fan. He has a long list of offers, so it will be a tough land for the Beavers, but they are in good shape.

READ: Four-star Bynum is an Oregon State legacy

No. 4 Tuli Letuligasenoa

Defensive tackle

4 STARS


Concord

RR: 5.9

Ht: 6'2.0"

Wt: 295.0

Class: 2018

POSITION
133
NATIONAL
16
STATE

Commitment status:

undecided



Rundown: The Rivals250 defensive tackle is highly ranked as the No. 133 player in the country and the No. 7 overall defensive tackle. He plays a position of need for the Beavers as their interior defensive lineman are all upperclassmen. Letuligasenoa also visited Oregon State for their spring game after making at trip to Oregon.

READ: Rivals250 DT takes in Oregon State spring game visit

No. 3 Dawson Jaramillo

Offensive tackle

4 STARS


Lake Oswego

RR: 5.8

Ht: 6'5.0"

Wt: 250.0

Class: 2018

POSITION
208
NATIONAL
5
STATE

Commitment status:

undecided



Rundown: Sensing a theme here? Oregon State hosted a number of top prospects at their spring game, and Jaramillo was one of them. Jaramillo raved about his visit and spent a lot of quality time with the coaching staff. Jaramillo also visited Oregon State a couple weeks prior to the spring game visit. Oregon State is in a great spot right now with the Rivals250 recruit.

READ: Four-star OT shares his thoughts on Oregon State

No. 2 Talanoa Hufanga

Athlete

4 STARS


Corvallis

RR: 5.9

Ht: 6'1.0"

Wt: 194.0

Class: 2018

POSITION
135
NATIONAL
1
STATE

Commitment status:

undecided



Rundown: There are eight four-star prospects from the state of Oregon, and Hufanga is rated as the No. 1 recruit in the state. He visited Oregon State several times last fall for Beaver home games, and he also stopped in for a quick visit following one of OSU's spring practices. Hufanga has offers from just about everyone, so he'll be a tough prospect for OSU to snag, but Hufanga admits that OSU being the local school will always keep them as a contender in his recruitment. Schools like Michigan, Notre Dame, Nebraska, and USC are also up there for him.

READ: Rivals250 ATH Talanoa Hufanga checks in at Oregon State

No. 1 Isaah Crocker

Wide Receiver

4 STARS


Sacramento

RR: 5.9

Ht: 6'2.0"

Wt: 170.0

Class: 2018

POSITION
98
NATIONAL
10
STATE

Commitment status:

undecided



Rundown: Oregon State was the first school to offer Crocker, who is a great friend of OSU signee Trajon Cotton. Crocker plays for the TMP Elite Mafia 7v7 team, which if you follow Oregon State recruiting at all, then you know that OSU has had a lot of success recruiting prospects that play for TMP. Crocker has a great relationship with OSU tight ends coach Dave Baldwin and would be a big time get for the Beavers. Just imagine a TMP reunion of Aidan Willard throwing the ball downfield to Isaiah Hodgins and Crocker.

READ: Four-star WR Isaah Crocker has OSU interest and connections


Also considered: Eli'jah Winston, Cammon Cooper, Chris Brown Jr., Chase Cota,

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