Former Oregon State DT Stephen Paea came by the lunch room. He’s getting ready for his own personal pro day Thursday.
He’s not doing the bench press, just the jumping and running. Paea said he hopes to show the scouts that he can run after his knee surgery.
His knee is not 100 percent, yet. Another three weeks he would, but time is running out before the NFL draft.
Paea said that if there is no NFL season in the fall he’s going to come back to OSU and get a second degree. He has one in sociology and wants another in finance.
Mike Riley just walked in and said Ryan Katz had positive results of this CT scan. He’s cleared to start throwing on the side of practice.
“It’s just like I said, he’ll be able to throw in (scrimmage situations) in two weeks,” Riley said. “I don’t mind him throwing slowly and working on throwing slower. He doesn’t need a 95 mph fastball every time.”
RB Jordan Jenkins banged his arm the first day of practice. He’ll take it easy today.
If you want to seen an MLS team in Corvallis playing the other kind of futbol, see the Timbers vs. the Beavers.
And if you want to see what kind of talent the players have, check out the annual talent show.
Also, seen above is my Voltron cake my wife and sons made for me. Twitter folks have asked to see it.