MANHATTAN, Kan. - Edwin Delva enjoyed an official visit to Kansas State the weekend of the Texas…
A Christmas Commit: JUCO DT signs with Beavs
Delva has three years to play two for Oregon State.
"Edwin will make an impact on this team next season," Mike Riley said. "He's an important piece of the puzzle at defensive tackle where we lose a pair of starters off the current team. We are very excited to welcome him to Beaver Nation."
Delva held offers from BYU, Kansas, K-State, Pitt, Purdue, Tennessee, Texas A&M, Utah, WSU and others.
He is a graduate of North Miami Beach High in 2010, and took one year away from football.
The Beavers have signed three mid-year junior college transfers. Delva joins cornerback Steven Nelson from the College of Sequoias and defensive tackle Siale Hautau from Snow College in the OSU fold. All are expected to enroll at OSU and join the program in time for spring ball.
No. 13 Oregon State continued Christmas Day on Valero Alamo Bowl preparations for Saturday's game against Texas at the Alamodome. Kickoff is 3:45 PST on ESPN.
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