The Oregon State football team picked up its first verbal commitment in the 2013 class in S Terin Solomon, according to Rivals.com.
He’s a 6-foot-2, 185-pounder from Murrieta, Calif., who is unranked at the moment. He also had scholarship offers from Nevada and UCLA.
DL coach Joe Seumalo originally found Solomon in his recruiting area of inland Southern California.
Solomon is coming off a strong junior season. He had 103 tackles, forced seven fumbles, recovered three and intercepted three passes.
Scout.com’s scouting report on him says Solomon likes to play close to the line and is good on run support, but needs to work on pass coverage.
He’s someone who can play S or if he bulks up can move to OLB.