Oregon State Pro Day: BJ Baylor and Teagan Quitoriano among 6 to compete in Thursday’s event

Six Oregon State players from last year’s team, including running back BJ Baylor and tight end Teagan Quitoriano, will participate in Thursday’s Pro Day at the school.

Staff from most NFL teams will be on hand for practice, which begins at noon. It is closed to the public. This is the third of four NFL pro days this week at Pac-12 schools in the Northwest. Washington State hosted its Pro Day on Monday, and Pro Day events are also scheduled for Wednesday in Washington and Friday in Oregon.

Other Beavers planning to attend Pro Day are linebackers Avery Roberts and Andrzej Hughes-Murray, receiver Trevon Bradford and cornerback Elijah Jones. Pac-12 first-team double center Nathan Eldridge will not participate.

Quitoriano was the only athlete from Oregon State to compete in the NFL Combine four weeks ago.

Baylor earned all-conference first-team honors after rushing for 1,337 yards and 13 touchdowns during the 2021 season. Roberts, another Pac-12 first player, led the conference in tackles with 128. Roberts missed the Oregon State bowl game in order to undergo minor surgery in preparation for the 2022 NFL Draft.

The Oregonian/OregonLive will be on hand to provide Pro Day coverage.

–Nick Daschel | [email protected] | @nickdaschel

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