St. Louis (Mo.) DeSmet three-star running back Malcolm Agnew knows where he wants to spend the next four or five years and he's just about ready to make it official.
The 5-foot-10, 180-pound prospect from DeSmet is ranked the No. 42 running back in the nation and the No. 13 prospect in Missouri, and he recently announced that his two favorite schools were Oregon State and Virginia.
He has now made his choice.
"I haven't made it official yet but I think I'm getting ready to call coach Riley and let him know I'm committing," Agnew said, indicating that he has chosen Oregon State.
"I just feel like that's the best place for me."
Agnew had also picked up offers from Colorado State, Illinois, Indiana, UVa and Wyoming, among others.
Though he said he plans on committing to the Beavers he also said he may visit some other schools in the fall. Despite that, and assuming everything goes through with Oregon State in the short term, he said he plans to attend the Pac 10 school.
Last fall Agnew carried the ball 90 times for 900 yards and 17 touchdowns. He made 30 tackles and broke up five passes as a defensive back.