Oregon State Beavers land 3-star double threat QB Jake Blair as a PWO originally appeared on NBC Sports Northwest
Oregon State has actually added a 2nd passer to the 2021 recruiting class in the type of Camas quarterback Jake Blair, who announced his commitment to the Beavers Friday evening as a preferred walk-on.
Blair is unrated by composite ranking but 247Sports rates him as a three-star hire. As a junior, he passed for or 1,136 backyards and 15 goals with a 66 percent completion rate before suffering a broken collarbone, ending his season. League coaches still voted him a first string all-league choice.
“They have actually constantly been the school that I wished to go to,” Blair said per scorebooklive. “It was all about suitable for me. Knowing that I have actually currently developed a relationship with their coaching personnel. I like their training personnel. Like the campus. Like the program. Pac-12 school, so you understand you’re going to get great football.”
Blair devoted right after Oregon State offensive organizer Brian Lindgren called him to use him a preferred walk-on spot.
This past offseason, Blair has actually prepared for his senior high school football season hosting garage exercises for himself and his colleagues.
“For me, personally, it’s been a while, it’s had to do with a year because I broke my collarbone in week eight of in 2015,” he told Fox 12 ′ s Nick Krupke, “Not being able to play in the fall, obviously that sucks and everything, however we’ve come together as a team and just kind of looked at it as a positive for us, and now we have a chance to improve much more and get even more prepared for this season in the spring.”
Blair signs up with Hidden Valley’s Sam Vidlak as the Beavers 2nd quarterback in the 2021 recruiting class, however Vidlak will likely be the only scholarship quarterback signed this class.
Vidlak has been one of the greatest risers nationally at the quarterback position since his commitment to Jonathan Smith and the Beavs.