Beaver QB Jack Colletto ready to help Oregon State

Jack Colletto is ready to make an impact at Oregon State like he did for the Camas Papermakers and Arizona Western College. The Sophomore helped guide Camas to an undefeated season. HE showed off a strong arm in the first day of Spring workouts and as you can tell from his interview with local media types he is serious about making a big contribution in Corvallis.

ARIZONA WESTERN COLLEGE• Played one year at Arizona Western College for head coach Tom Minnick and will enter Oregon State as a sophomore• Appeared in 10 games for Arizona Western in 2017, completing 39-of-67 passes attempted for 548 yards and four touchdowns. Team finished as the national runner-up• Carried the ball 43 times for 185 yards, averaging 4.3 yards per carry. Scored nine touchdownsCAMAS HIGH SCHOOL• Lettered for head coach Jon Eagle• As a senior, guided Camas to a state title, a 14-0 finish and No. 22 ranking nationally. Was named the Seattle Times Player of the Year, the Gatorade Player of the Year for Washington and earned league player of the year honors• Threw for 2,846 yards and 27 touchdowns as a senior. Added 1,253 yards rushing, with 21 touchdowns• Also lettered in basketball and baseball at CamasPERSONAL• Born Nov. 11, 1998 in Milwaukee, Wis.• Majoring in mechanical engineering• Son of Bert and Kris Colletto• Has one brother, Nick

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