Corvallis senior Isaac Seumalo grew up in a football family.
"It's a normal family, I guess," said Seumalo.
At 6-3, 283 pounds, the offensive lineman is a four-star recruit committed to play for Oregon State. With scholarship offers from nearly every Pac-12 school, Seumalo decided to stay at home. A choice he made with the help of his brother and dad.
"I know we are happy that Isaac is moving out of the house. It's just ten minutes down the road, but still, we won't have to feed him anymore," jokes Joe Seumalo, Isaac’s dad.
Joe is in his sixth year as the Beavers defensive line coach. He currently coaches Isaac's older brother Andrew, a junior lineman with ten tackles this season and a pair of blocked kicks against UCLA.
The two Seumalo brothers will get one year together at Oregon State, and they'll go against each other in practice.
"Come on man, come on," laughed Andrew. "Nah he's getting pretty strong. He might get me."
Isaac disagreed, "Nah, he's four years older. He should be stronger than me."
Growing up, competition led to a sibling rivalry, but dad always turned his head.
"I was too busy trying to get them to do their chores. Clean the house, mow the lawn, take the dogs out for walks. I think that's my wife's job too," Joe joked.
Now that the college choice is out of the way, Isaac can minimize his distractions and focus on football.
After all it's the family business.