Oregon State's strong recruiting class got even better on Signing Day with the announcement from…
OREGON STATE SIGNS DUNN!!
What makes Dunn special out on the football field is that at 5-foot-9 and 160-pounds, he can both run like the wind and has solid technique, with crisp routes and a quick first step that puts defenders on the line of scrimmage at an immediate disadvantage.
Scout.com compares him favorably to another 4-star receiver out of the L.A. area in last year's class, the Bruins' Terrence Austin, in that both may be considered undersized but they can fly -- Dunn is arguably the fastest player in the West this recruiting cycle.
Dunn's speed had schools flocking to L.A. this past summer, after he ran a 4.4 in the 40 at UCLA's camp, a 4.3 at the Scout.com Combine and then a 4.28 at USC's camp.
Dunn also has the genes. He's the cousin of another so-called undersized standout who didn't do too badly at Florida State and then for the past 10 seasons in the NFL -- Warrick Dunn.
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