Los Angeles (Calif.) Verbum Dei wide out Reggie Dunn started off the recruiting process a little on the slow side and didn't pick up his first scholarship offer until late in the season. Dunn closed strong however and after narrowing things down to Arizona and Oregon State, the athlete decided on the Beavers.
"There was a lot of reasons why I chose Oregon State," Dunn said. "They were the most consistent school recruiting me and I felt so comfortable there on my official visit.
"I really fell in love with the place on my visit and I knew while I was there that I would probably end up going to Oregon State. I loved the campus, I got along great with all the players and I also really got along well with the coaching staff. The depth chart is favorable and I think I'll have a chance to step in and play early there as well.
"Academically, I like Oregon State's summer bridge program. The program allows players to get a head start academically and that's something I'm looking forward to doing. I liked Arizona a lot too and had a great trip there but Oregon State was with me from the beginning and I'm excited to be going to Corvallis."