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For the second consecutive recruiting cycle the Oregon State Beavers football program is making a big summer push.

That streak continued Thursday, as San Diego Mesa College offensive tackle Andrew Johnson announced his commitment to the Beavers over offers from Kansas and New Mexico State:

The 6-foot-4, 325-pound lineman, who has four years to play three, has an intriguing athletic profile.

Johnson was a two-time all-American wrestler in high school and puts up stellar numbers in the weight room - 590-pound squat, 405-pound bench press and 325-pound clean. 

He is the eighth member of Oregon State's recruiting class, and the second offensive lineman, joining Jacob Anderson, who committed earlier in the week

The hot streak isn't done yet, however, as the Beavers look to be the significant favorites to land composite four-star defensive lineman Kelze Howard on Friday.

That would make him the highest-rated defensive high school prospect in program history. 

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