Oser headed to Pac-12

Thomas Oser visited Stanford, he loved it and he committed.
The North Hollywood (Calif.) Harvard Westlake offensive guard had been high on Stanford for weeks and his official visit went well last weekend so Oser decided to end his recruitment.
The 6-foot-4, 270-pound three-star prospect said he loved his trip, had a great time with the coaches and Oser decided to end things instead of taking other visits or considering any other schools.

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"It was awesome and I committed," Oser said. "It's official.
"The combination of a great team, great academics and just awesome people that I got to meet while I was up there was really what stood out."
Oser, who was also really high on Oregon and Vanderbilt, said his relationship with the coaches was especially important in his decision-making process.
He and coach David Shaw have known each other for months and Oser said it was important to spend time with run-game coordinator and offensive line coach Mike Bloomgren this past weekend.
It all went great and Oser said it was a decision he was happy to make.
"I am very impressed by coach Shaw," Oser said. "He's a great guy and I'm excited to be coached by him for the next few years. I've been able to build a better relationship with him. He was the one who offered me back in June. Since then I've talked to him a couple times.
"Coach Bloomgren has really been the one that's been recruiting me a lot. I've really been able to build a relationship with him and luckily he's going to be my position coach when I get up there. It's a great fit with great coaches who are going to help me hone my skills as an o-lineman and make me be the best player I can be."