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The Oregon State Beavers are gearing up for a big official visitor weekend in Corvallis, featuring some of their top targets from across the country.

Here's a look at the weekend's scheduled visitors* (*subject to change this week):

4-star offensive lineman Simione Pale (Elk Grove; California) - The highest-rated prospect for Oregon State this weekend is 247Sports four-star offensive lineman Simione Pale.

Oregon State offensive line coach Jim Michalczik hasn't always landed the top recruits, but he's consistently developed his players into quality linemen and has a reputation as one of the top offensive line coaches in America.

It appears Pale has taken notice. 

The 6-foot-4, 320-pound prospect is rated the nation's No. 15 interior offensive lineman and holds double-digit scholarship offers.

Arizona, BYU, California, Oregon, Stanford, UCLA and USC are among the schools who have also offered Pale.

3-star JC safety Jadon Pearson (Reedley College) - Class of 2022

Set to graduate this summer and arrive in the fall, Jadon Pearson is rated the nation's No. 8 junior college safety.

He is down to a top five Florida, Missouri, Oregon State, Utah and Washington State.

Pearson is set to visit Utah a week after Oregon State. 

He could be an immediate depth addition - with starting potential. 

3-star quarterback Aidan Chiles (Downey; California) - Chiles admitted he was ready to commit to Oregon State prior to new offers from Kansas State, Oregon, Washington, Washington State and others.

Now, it will be a very really battle.

Still, the Beavers get credit for finding him and believing in him early.

This weekend's trip will be huge in Chiles' recruitment. 

The 6-foot-4, 195-pound signal-caller is rated the nation's No. 26 quarterback

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3-star edge-rusher Zakiah Saez (St. Thomas Aquinas; Florida) - Zakiah Saez holds double-digit offers, highlighted by Florida State, Georgia Tech, Iowa State, Louisville, Maryland, Mississippi State and others.

The 6-foot-4, 230-pound edge-rusher has seen his development take off under the tutelage of former NFL star Jason Taylor.

Saez îs a prospect to watch for a possible commitment, and has added a 247Sports crystal ball pick this week

3-star tight end Cooper Jensen (Glacier Peak; Washington) - Committed to Oregon State

Washington product Cooper Jensen is rated the nation's No. 25 tight end and has expressed that he is rock-solid with the Beavers.

Jensen chose Oregon State over early offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Tennessee and many others.

The 6-foot-5, 210-pound pass-catcher was sure to see his recruitment rise even higher had he remained uncommitted.

Chalk his commitment up as yet another big-time "get" for rising tight end coach Brian Wozniak. 

3-star linebacker Isaiah Chisom (Chaminade; California) - A three-star prospect, Isaiah Chisom has seen his stock rise significantly this spring, as he's added offers from a number of programs and now boasts offers from Arizona, Colorado, USC, Washington and others.

The 6-foot-1, 220-pound 'backer