The Oregon State Beavers constantly planned to add numerous dedications via the NCAA’s transfer website this offseason, and secured their fourth pledge Thursday.

Utah State offensive lineman Heneli Bloomfield, who has 3 years to play 3, revealed his dedication to Oregon State over deals from Syracuse and Rutgers, as well as considerable interest from California:

Bloomfield is set to show up in Corvallis next week and enlist for winter term.

The 6-foot-3, 300-pound interior lineman, originally out of Jordan High School (Sandy, Utah), missed out on all of last season with a knee injury, but played in 13 games and began four in 2019.

An unrated possibility coming out of high school, Bloomfield made Utah class 5A first-team all-state honors from the Deseret News and second-team all-state honors from the Salt Lake Tribune at protective tackle, according to his Utah State player bio.

Bloomfield is the 4th FBS transfer addition to Oregon State’s roster this offseason, joining Georgia broad receiver Makiya Tongue, South Carolina running back Deshaun Fenwick and Kansas cornerback E.J. Jones.