A longtime Oregon commit who never signed a national letter of intent with the Ducks has opted to play for the state’s other FBS program. In doing so, Teagan Quitoriano becomes one of the top pieces of coach Jonathan Smith’s first recruiting class at Oregon State.
— Oregon State Football (@BeaverFootball) April 19, 2018
The 6-foot-7, 250-pound Quitoriano played tight end and defensive end at Sprague High School in Salem, Oregon, is ranked by 247Sports as the No. 951 player in 2018 and the nation’s No. 78 athlete. He’s ranked as the 10th-best player in Oregon, one spot ahead of OSU quarterback Jake Dukart.
Quitoriano committed to Oregon last July but didn’t sign with the Ducks either in December or February, with no explanation given. He becomes the 25th member of an OSU class that, before his addition, was ranked last in the Pac-12.