Pac-12 team emerges for Cowdin

Cade Cowdin continues to receive good news with new offers from Oregon State, Iowa State and Western Michigan and the Palm Desert (Calif.) College of the Desert outside linebacker said the Beavers particularly interest him.
"I was going to go out to Oregon State this upcoming weekend but we have a bowl game so we're going to see when I can get out there," Cowdin said. "We're trying to book that official visit.
"Definitely Oregon State is right there. I kind of always wanted to go to Oregon State and they're showing really high interest in me. They're flying me out and they want to get things going so that's definitely big for me."
The 6-foot-2, 230-pound prospect said he's planning an official visit to Iowa State in early December and that he's working with Oregon State on getting a date set as well.
The Beavers visit Oregon on Nov. 26 and Cowdin said that he might still visit Corvallis that weekend even if Oregon State plays away or he could possibly set up another visit when he has more time to spend with the coaching staff.
Oregon State has always interested Cowdin, who said a lot of things are lining up for him to like that program.
"I like the Pac-12 and I've also heard a lot of good things about the coaching staff as well," Cowdin said.
"Being up in Oregon, I like that a lot. It just seems like a good program. They're graduating players at linebacker and I could fit in there. It seems like a good fit so I definitely want to visit."
In total, Cowdin lists offers from Iowa State, Nevada, New Mexico State, Oregon State, UNLV, Western Michigan and Wyoming.
Florida State and Indiana have been showing interest in Cowdin, who will have two years to play once he gets to his next college.