Oregon State may not be known for producing a ton of elite NFL talent, but the Beavers have supplied the league with a gem here and there. Chad Johnson, who was at one time one of the NFL's most effusive personalities, was a product of Oregon State. Steven Jackson, the bruising halfback who has run for more than 1,000 yards every year since 2005, also hails from Oregon State.
The next big playmaker from Oregon State could be in the 2013 NFL draft. His name is Markus Wheaton, and he promises to be an electric talent at wide receiver.
Wheaton is a smaller receiver, clocking in at 5'11" and 189 pounds, but his quickness is fantastic. He can do damage from either the outside or in the slot, his quick feet allowing him to easily overwhelm defenders. He shows great hands and will stretch out to snatch the ball out of the air on wide passes.
Wheaton had a fantastic year in 2012, leading the Beavers with 91 receptions for 1,244 yards and 11 touchdowns. But enough reading, let's check out some of Wheaton's most spectacular highlights from his collegiate days.