Landing players like three-star offensive tackle Grant Enger (6-6, 250, 4.8) from Seattle (Wash.) O'Dea is one of the reasons that Oregon State has been one of the most successful teams in the Pac 10 of late and though, he has been committed to the Beavers for almost a month, that hasn't stopped other schools from pursuing the talented offensive lineman.
"I'm still hearing from Washington and Stanford a little bit," Enger said. "I am still 100 percent committed to Oregon State though."
"I like the environment and all the people there," Enger said. "Oregon State has a family atmosphere which I like."
"I have not taken an official visit to Oregon State or any other school yet, but I will eventually visit Oregon State officially," Enger said. "I probably won't visit any other schools officially. Oregon State will likely be the only school that I'll take a visit to."
"My senior year went really well, but our season is now over."
The Beavers landed a player who plays hard every down. He has good footwork is good, but he has the work ethic to want to become better. He's also solid at both run and pass blocking techniques. He has the drive to become the best he can be. He has an outstanding frame that will allow him to gain weight without losing any athleticism or quickness.
Enger had an outstanding junior season that saw him earn all-metro and his team's Offensive lineman of the year award.
Enger was selected to the Rivals.com Washington Preseason Top 20 team for the class of 2009 landing as the Evergreen State's No. 5 prospect at any position.