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What we've learned: Beavers' 2014 Fall Camp

What we've learned: Beavers' 2014 Fall Camp

CORVALLIS – The most intriguing position on the Beavs thus far in fall ball? I’d peg it to be one on offense, and probably not the one you’d think. To commemorate the end of the second week of the Beavers’ fall camp, here are a few of my impressions at each position.

Quarterbacks: I don’t know who the second best quarterback on this team is. If we’re going by the results of the scrimmage, it’s probably Brent Vanderveen. If we’re going by who’s been getting the most reps with the second team, it’s Luke Del Rio. After Saturday’s scrimmage, however, Mike Riley noted that the younger players tend to be nervous for the scrimmages, which may have been partly...

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