Oregon State has won big in the transfer portal under head coach Jonathan Smith, and don’t appear to be slowing down.
“We’ve got a formula for the type of player that fits our program. When you look at the portal, you often find players that are older and more ready to play right away. It’s going to be another avenue to build our roster. The majority of our transfers have been guys with multiple years, and we’re wanting to be able to build them up in the program. The more time, they’ll be better and better each year. Most of our portal transfers have been multi-year guys and that’s not going to change,” said Smith.
In this new feature, we take a look at every player the Beavers have added via the transfer portal.
**Story will be updated every time there is a new addition**
OL Heneli Bloomfield (does not have profile)
After seeing action in three games and redshirting in 2018, Bloomfield played in all 13 games for Utah State in 2019 and started in four of them. He finished the season playing a total of 424 snaps for the Aggies.
Per PFF, Bloomfield’s strength lies in his pass blocking as he recorded overall grades of 81.7 and 84.8 in the 2018 and 2019 seasons, respectively.