Reggie Dunn favors Washington slightly over USC and Oregon State. Both the Huskies and Beavers have offered, the Trojans have not. "I still get mail from USC and I'm hoping to set up an official visit with them this month," Dunn said. "We've talked about a possible Jan. 19 visit, but that's not for sure yet."
Another visit that is now up in the air is his Jan. 12 Washington trip. "I set that visit up with coach Eric Yarber last month, but he left for Arizona State, so I'm not sure what's going on. I think I'm still visiting them.
"I really like the overall program at Washington," Dunn said. "They are young and are coming up. The offense is balanced and they have great coaches too."
Despite Signing Day being less than a month away, Dunn says he's still very open. "I want to play for a good overall program that has a balanced offense," Dunn said. "Also, academic support will be important because I want to graduate. My parents will be helping me make my decision. Right now they don't really have a favorite, but they'll let me know the truth."
He reports a 2.5 core GPA, but denies getting his test score back. Dunn reportedly took the SAT in Nov. and retook it in Dec. as well.