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Maximo Espitia Verbals To Oregon St.

Maximo_Espitia_RivalsSaxon Second In-State Player To Commit To Beavers For 2012

 

South Salem's Maximo Espitia has verbally committed to Oregon St. and coach Mike Riley, according to Rivals.com.

 

Espitia, a 6'2", 205 lb. WR for the Saxons, is rated 3 stars by Rivals, and becomes the second in-state player to verbally commit to the 2012 recruiting class at Oregon St., joining Isaac Seumalo from Corvalllis.

 

Espitia has also been nominated for the Army All-American Game.

 

(Photo by Rivals.com)

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