CORVALLIS, Ore. – Oregon State head football coach Gary Andersen announced Wednesday a pair of in-state additions to the 2017 recruiting class. Tight ends Bryce Bramscher of Medford and Jack Holum of Lake Oswego will join the program when the team reports this summer.
“Recruiting young men from Oregon will always be a priority for us and we are excited to have Bryce and Jack join Beaver Nation,” Andersen said.
Bramscher (video) was St. Mary’s High School’s team’s MVP last season after compiling 19 touchdowns and over 1,200 yards receiving. He was a three-year letterman during his career at tight end, wide receiver, strong safety and outside linebacker. The two-time team captain earned first team all-state and he played in the East-West Shrine Game last season. The 6-4, 210-pound Bramscher is also a standout in basketball helping the team to the state title a year ago.
“I’m looking forward to the college experience at OSU and playing football for an outstanding coaching staff,” Bramscher said.
Holum (video) was a three-year starter at Lakeridge High School. As a senior in 2016, the 6-6, 240-pound team captain earned Three Rivers League honors at tight end and defensive end. He also earned all-league honors on the offensive line as a junior. The Honor Roll student has earned three varsity letters in basketball as a forward/center and in lacrosse as a defender.
“Oregon State University is a great school with an amazing coaching staff,” Holum said.
The Beavers’ annual Spring Game (details) is Saturday at 1 p.m. and will air live on Pac-12 Oregon and online. Admission is free with the day beginning with the popular Surplus Sale at 9 a.m. in the Merritt Truax Indoor Center.