Riley, staff ready to hit recruiting trait
Mike Riley said that he and OSU coaches will be hitting the recruiting trail over the course of the next few days, utilizing OSU's bye week as a means of evaluating potential prospects for the 2014 class. Riley took the media on a trip down memory lane and discussed some of the more interesting recruitments and evaluations he has been a part of in the past – specifically those involving quiet individuals such as Isaac Seumalo and Tyrequek Zimmerman and how hard it was to read them. Riley radiated enthusiasm when he discussed the process. He was also enthusiastic about the return of sophomore tailback Storm Woods this week to the ranks of active first team tailbacks, though Woods practiced sparingly with the 1s on Wednesday. "He is fine," Riley said. "You know when a guy has a concussion and he starts feeling better and (the training staff) says he is okay – his body is fine, so he looks good." Woods is one of many players for Oregon State who are using the bye week in order to get...
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