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  Kitan Oladapo has been one of the standouts of fall camp for the Oregon State football team. The 6-foot-1 defensive back from Happy Valley said having a full season under his belt has helped him better understand his role within defensive coordinator Trent Bray's system. Oladapo also had a productive offseason tightening up some areas of his game. "Taking coaching points, watching film from last year, working on the small mistakes I made, whether it's breaks, eyes, just watching film and seeing what I can improve on," Oladapo said.

Improving his coverage skills was a primary goal and his progress in that area has been evident throughout fall camp. The team has emphasized proper technique in pass coverage, using different drills which take away defenders' ability to hold and demand good positioning. On Thursday, defensive backs wore boxing gloves for part of practice. Oladapo said Bray's system, which reduces complexity in favor of freeing players to make quick decisions and play aggressively, has been a positive change. "We've shrunk down our play calls a little bit, but we're sticking to the fundamentals, really getting down those play calls that we have. I think that is good," Oladapo said. - Gazette Times

rSr/2024 SS Kitan OladapoOregon State
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