Oregon State Spring Analysis: Cornerbacks

Brenden Slaughter, Senior Writer
Beavers Edge

Now that OSU’s spring practice is in the books, BeaversEdg.com is diving into each of the Beavers position groups post spring and priming you for the fall by breaking it all down.

Today, we dive into the cornerbacks/secondary and how they stack up heading into OSU’s fall camp.

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Who's Gone?

Rahmel Dockery

Kendall Hill

Treston DeCoud

The biggest loss of this group is obviously Treston DeCoud who was outstanding in his time in Corvallis, developing into one of the biggest lockdown corners in the Pac-12. The most impressive thing about DeCoud was his toughness and grit in which he played the game. When the secondary was undermanned the past two years, DeCoud showed up every day with his hard hat and lunch pail and went to work. The perfect example of what a Gary Andersen recruit is supposed to do. Kendall Hill and Rahmel Dockery leave Corvallis as journeymen. Both guys were wide receivers under former head coach Mike Riley, with Dockery making quite the impact in 2014, but both guys struggled to crack the receiver rotation in Andersen’s offensive system and both switched to defense. While neither guy knocked your socks off in terms of defensive prowess, both guys stuck with it and always gave it their all on defense.

Who's Back?

Kyle White, SR

Charles Okonkwo, SR

Dwayne Williams, JR

Xavier Crawford, SO

Shawn Wilson, SO

Jay Irvine, SO

Christian Wallace, FR

Jaydon Grant, FR

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