Oregon State opens fall camp next week. When it does, the coaching staff will be without one of its veterans along the offensive line.

According to The Oregonian’s Nick Daschel, senior Marco Brewer is out for the season after tearing his ACL during a workout last week. Brewer was in the running to start at one of the guard spots for the Beavers up front.

It’s a blow to be certain, but the Beavers have good depth along the front line. Joshua Gray, Taliese Fuaga, and Jake Levengood — all multi-year starters — are set to man the two tackle spots and center, respectively. The Beavs also brought in Nevada transfer Grant Starck — a 22-game starter for the Wolf Pack.

A 6-foot-4, 312-pound senior, Brewer grew up in Corvallis and began his college career at Laney College. He moved to Oregon State ahead of the 2020 season and took a redshirt.

In 2021, Brewer appeared in 11 games while making five starts. Last fall, he played in seven games and drew another five starts.