July 12, 2024

Oregon State received its first commitment from an in-state player for the recruiting class of 2025 on Sunday when Jake Normoyle, an offensive lineman from West Linn, accepted an offer to join the Beavers.

Normoyle, who stands at 6-foot-4 and weighs 295 pounds, becomes the fifth high school senior to commit to OSU for the upcoming class, and the second offensive lineman. He is rated three stars by multiple recruiting services and had offers from Oregon and Portland State. Notably, Normoyle’s father, Chad, played as an offensive lineman for Oregon in the mid-1990s.

Normoyle made his commitment to Oregon State during an official campus visit over the weekend. As a junior, he was recognized as a Class 6A all-state first-team offensive lineman.

Joining Normoyle in committing to Oregon State for the class of 2025 are offensive lineman Noah Thomas from Vancouver, linebacker Jeremiah Ioane from Henderson, Nevada, running back Kourdey Glass from Hanford, California, and receiver Ellijah Washington from Oakland.

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