Oregon State did not have a good Saturday on the field in its loss to Oregon but commit Victor Bolden loved his visit to Corvallis, further solidifying his commitment to the Beavers.
The Rancho Cucamonga (Calif.) Los Osos three-star receiver said he had a great time on his trip, is not looking at any other schools and cannot wait until he's a part of the Oregon State program.
Oregon State lost to Oregon but Bolden has seen the program's turnaround this season and wants to contribute as soon as possible.
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"It was just great," Bolden said. "We got to meet the coaches again and I got to see the game and just got to spend time with my future teammates. It was overall a good weekend.
"The atmosphere was great. The fans are really devoted to the team. Oregon State is really turning over a new leaf with their great season this year. They'll be able to go to a bowl game so I'm definitely proud of the team and I can't wait to start doing big things there."
The 5-foot-9, 165-pound three-star is a speedster who will be used at wide receiver in the Beavers' system. He is a game-breaker who can turn up the field fast and that's what he hopes to do often in Corvallis.
"They see me as a receiver," Bolden said.
"They have some receivers leaving so they have big plans ahead for me. They want me to come in and play receiver and they want me to be a player who produces big numbers for them."
Utah, Hawaii and others have also offered Bolden but he's not wavering from his commitment. Last weekend's trip was further proof to him that the right decision was made.
"As of right now, I'm pretty much wrapped up," Bolden said. "No other visits are planned and I'm just waiting for signing day."