Two DBs from Louisiana verbally committed to the Oregon State football team without a visit this week, according to Rivals.com.
S Cryil Noland and CB Kentrell Brice from Ruston, La., are teammates at Ruston High. They were planning to attend Louisiana Tech, but changed their mind.
Noland is a 6-0, 193-pound, three-star athlete. He’s ranked the No. 29 prospect in Louisiana. Brice is a 6-1, 178-pound, three-star athlete.
GA and S coach Mitch Meeuwsen saw their video and showed it to WR coach Chris Brasfield and DB coach Keith Heyward, and that started the recruiting process.
Both plan to visit the Beavers on Jan. 13. Noland was in Oregon in July for the first “The Opening” camp at the Nike Campus.
Noland told Rivals.com that they are both solid commits and don’t plan on taking any other visits.
OSU now has 20 players in the 2012 recruiting class and six DBs with these additions.
Check out Noland’s highlights above, and Brice’s below.