Oregon State’s Ryan Nall is Running Towards the NFL Draft
CORVALLIS, Ore. (AP) — Oregon State running back Ryan Nall has decided to declare for the NFL draft with a year of eligibility remaining.
Nall rushed for 2,216 yards during his career, ranked eighth on the Beavers' career list. He ran for 24 touchdowns (seventh) and had nine 100-yard rushing games (seventh). He also had 56 catches for 563 yards and four touchdowns.
"When I was recruited four years ago, I was fortunate in knowing that I was going to be in the best hands both academically and athletically," he said in a statement released Tuesday. "My time at Oregon State has been a blessing — both on and off the field — as the memories that I have shared with my teammates, coaches, and Beaver Nation will be with me forever."
A native of Sandy, Oregon, Nall was a standout at Portland's Central Catholic High School and was recruited to Oregon State by then-coach Mike Riley.