After earning victories in three different divisions of the Northwestern 7-on-7 “Battle of the Borders” tournament, Heir Academy brings its loaded collection of talent to Oregon State University for an unofficial weekend visit.
The academy, founded by former NFL player and Super Bowl champion Reggie Jones, brings about two dozen athletes to Corvallis, highlighted by some of the West Region’s top rookies, including Dorian Thomas, Oregon State’s tight commitment in 2023.
Undoubtedly, the headliner of the visiting group is 247Sports four-star cornerback Jasiah Wagoner, who is ranked 122nd overall prospect and 14th cornerback in the nation.
The 5-foot-11, 160-pound defensive back, from Spanaway Lake High School (Spanaway, Wash.), has double-digit offers, highlighted by Miami (Fla.), Oregon, Oregon State, Penn State, Tennessee , Texas , Washington and others.
2023 Rising wide receiver David Wells will also make the trip.
A 6-foot, 170-pound point guard, Wells has top offers from Florida Atlantic, Idaho and Nevada.
In recent years, Oregon State has prioritized Washington State and has had significant recruiting success.
The Beavers’ first two commitments in the Class of 2023 come from Washington: 247Sports three-star Thomas and Cooper Jensen.
Here is the full list of visitors, courtesy of Heir Academy:
Jasiah Wagoner – Spaway 23
Elijah Brady – West Seattle 23
Sion Jones – Puyallup 23
Aslan Fraser – Lakes 23
Micah Balzerini – Puyallup 24
Connor Noah – Kelso 23
Kage Repenn – Tahoma 24
Dorian Thomas – Kentridge 23 (Engaged in Oregon State)
Mande Wanlemvo – Aub Mt View 24
David Wells – Lakes 23
Joe Merlino – Central Catholic 23
David Fuiava – North Medford 23
Aidan Anderson – North Thurston 23
Cody White – Estacada 23
Landen Barger – Yellow 24
Marquise Thorpe-Taylor – Mount Tahoma 24
Pule Leatigaga – Garfield 24
Kendrick Turner – Kentridge 23
Isaiah Patterson – Yelm 24
Dane Parker – Puyallup 23
Alex Good – Ballard 23
Ty Evans – Skyview 23
Brady Phillips – Kelso 23
Bam Afalava – Rogers 23