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Isaac Seumalo drafted 79th by the Philadelphia Eagles

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The Oregon State Beavers have their first player selected in the 2016 NFL Draft. Offensive lineman Isaac Seumalo was picked 79th in the 3rd round by the Philadelphia Eagles. Five Beavers were picked in last year's draft, but Seumalo was the first Oregon State offensive lineman to be picked in the draft since Andy Levitre in 2009. Seumalo has all the tools to be a very good pro and just needs the right situation in the league to develop right.

Seumalo did everything for the Beavers, logging 37 career starts, with 23 at center, nine at right guard, three at left tackle and two at right tackle. He started games at every offensive line position except left guard. He was selected to the Outland Trophy and Lombardy Award preseason watch lists and was one of the few consistent performers during a very difficult year to be a fan of Oregon State football.

Beavers fans, your thoughts on Seumalo?