Four-star wide receiver/cornerback/special teams standout, Reggie Dunn (5-8, 160, 4.38) from Los Angeles (Calif.) Verbum Dei took his first trip to Oregon State this past weekend and may take a second visit this coming weekend.
"My trip to Oregon State was good," Dunn said. "We toured the campus and did a lot of fun stuff.
"I enjoyed hanging out with the player and the people of Corvallis are really cool," Dunn said. "I had a great time. I didn't commit though, but Oregon State is on the top of my list. Coach Mike Riley told me he thinks I can make an impact right away for Oregon State."
"I think I'm heading to USC on an official visit this coming weekend," Dunn said. "I am looking forward to that."
As a senior, Dunn led the team in all-purpose yards with 1,392 even though he missed three games due to an injury. He rushed for 539 yards and scored seven touchdowns.
As a receiver, he had lethal production. He ended up catching 19 passes for 390 yards and 11 receiving touchdowns. Now you know why Dunn as the reputation of being a playmaker.
On defense, Dunn racked up 33 tackles, two passes deflected and two quarterback hurries.
Dunn has outstanding bloodlines. His cousin's are former Florida State star and current Atlanta Falcon standout, Warrick Dunn and LSU red shirt freshman quarterback Ryan Perrilloux.
Dunn was selected to the Rivals.com Rivals250 for the class of 2007 and Rivals.com ranks him as the nation's No. 27 athlete. He is also a member of the Rivals.com California top 100 team landing as the Golden State's No. 22 prospect at any position.