Massive offensive tackle Miles Owens recaps Oregon State visit
BeaversEdge.com continues recruiting coverage of Oregon State's junior day event, which fell on the date of the Beavs' spring game.
The Oregon State staff hosted well over 50 prospects on the day, including a massive 6-foot-7, 315-pound three-star offensive tackle in Miles Owens from Oakland, California.
Owens checked out Oregon State with his family and enjoyed his time in Corvallis.
"We went into the film room and the coaches introduced themselves," Owens said. "There were some videos about the team, and then we split up into position groups. Coach Woods talked to the offensive linemen and showed us a video specifically about the O-lineman. We got measured in the weight room and after that, I talked to some of the coaches. We also got lunch and watched the spring game."
Owens spent time with the OSU staff during the visit and liked what he saw from the Beaver football team during the spring game.
"I was asking them questions about the school," said Owens. "I talked to the O-line coach, head coach, and offensive coordinator. Their main message was how they are a family oriented team.
"I liked it a lot," he said about the spring game. "It was a fun time being there. I liked the stadium and the field. It was cool to watch them warm up when we were on the sidelines."
Owens holds four early offers from Oregon State, UCLA, San Jose State, and Hawaii. he will be visiting UCLA in April and also plans to see SJSU and Hawaii.
Utah and Arizona State have expressed recent interest in Owens.