Larry Scott recently picked up an offer from Oregon State and after talking with coach Mike Riley and learning more about the Beavers' program the Corona (Calif.) Centennial wide receiver decided to commit this week.
Scott, a 6-foot-1, 170-pound two-star wide receiver, said Riley played a big role in his commitment to Oregon State and he's excited about playing in the Beavers' offense as well - especially with a few other California receivers.
"The first thing was I really like coach Riley," said Scott, who's going to take his official visit to Corvallis the weekend of Jan. 14.
"When I first met him he's a calm, collective dude and definitely a coach I want to play for. He's definitely one of those people who can help you out. I feel like I could go up there and make plays."
Scott said after Corona Centennials' 42-23 playoff victory against Chino Hills Friday night that he feels like he could be the perfect complement in Oregon State's offense.
He cited Richard Mullaney, a three-star recruit from Thousand Oaks, Calif., as another standout receiver in the class and with three-star Tyrequek Zimmerman and new four-star pledge Brandin Cooks, a recent de-commit from UCLA, Oregon State has boosted their receiving corps in a big way.
Scott is excited to be a new addition.
"They have been a really good program and although they've struggled this season I feel like I can help them get back up to the top," Scott said.
"Richard Mullaney is another top receiver from California and he can ball and with him and me and the other guys up there I think we can do a lot of things. They'll have to man us up and I don't think there are a lot of people who could man us all up."