Wide receiver Rahmel Dockery’s long journey as a college football player could see him wind up at Oregon State.
The former three-star recruit from the Tacoma, Wash., area signed with Washington State in 2011, but greyshirted that fall before joining the Cougars in 2012. He then redshirted that season after being moved from wide out to cornerback. However, he left the WSU program in the summer of 2013 and sat out the following fall.
According to OSU blog BuildingtheDam.com, he’s now working on becoming a Beaver. Oregon State recruited him out of high school and, if his transfer goes according to plan, he’ll have three years of eligibility left.
The Beavers could certainly use some bodies at receiver after losing Biletnikoff winner Brandin Cooks early to the NFL. Dockery has yet to catch a pass in a game and is probably rusty from the long layoff, but he seems to have the potential to be a quality player.
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