Earlier today, we were in Eugene (Ore.) for the final NIKE football camp of the year. Although not in attendance, one player, Portland (Ore.) Central Catholic defensive end Kevin Frahm still created a buzz when we were informed the talented lineman announced his college choices earlier in the day.
"Kevin committed this morning to Oregon State," Frahms trainer and NIKE SPARQ instructor Matt James told us at the camp. "He's really excited about and happy to have the decision out of the way. He knew Oregon State was the best place for him and decided there was no need to put it off any longer."
Frahm, 6-2, 245 pounds was one of the most impressive defensive players we saw at the recent NorCal Nike camp. He dominated in the position and one on one drills and has natural pass rushing skills.
The athlete has a great frame and with his combination of size, speed off the edge and overall athleticism, projects very well at the next level. As a junior, the rush end totaled 84 tackles, nine for loss and four sacks and definitely should be mentioned among the top defensive ends in the West region.
We'll get in touch with Frahm later in the weekend to get more on his decision to become a Beaver.