The wild ride is over for the services of Hawai’i offensive player of the year, offensive lineman Jeremy Perry (6-3, 295, 5.0) from Kahuku, Hawai’i. Wildcat and Beaver fans can relax. Your E ticket ride is over, Perry has made a decision.
One week ago the wild ride began for Wildcat, Beaver and Warrior fans. Perry signed a Hawai’i letter of intent but did not fax it in starting the anxious week for the schools.
Hawai’i dropped out of the running leaving Pac10 foes Oregon State and Arizona to duke it out for his services.
According to a representative from the Oregon State Sports Information Desk, Perry’s signed letter-of-intent has been faxed to Oregon State.
Perry is to be a Beaver.
Perry is the first offensive lineman in the history of playing football in Aloha State to be named State Offensive Player of the Year.
The state of Hawai’i has a great tradition for lineman and for Perry to be the first offensive lineman in State history to offensive Player of the Year speaks volumes on his abilities as a football player.
Perry is expected to make an impact early in his college career for Oregon State.
Landing Perry is a huge feather in the cap of Mike Riley and his staff. This Beaver class is the best headed to Corvallis in sometime.
This is a huge get for Oregon State. If Riley keeps this type of recruiting up the Beavers will be a program that the Pac10 will have to contend with on a yearly basis.