Two days after visiting the Oregon State campus back on January 20th, three-star cornerback Isaiah Dunn verbally committed to the Beavers, hopeful to become the next standout defensive back to emerge from head coach Gary Andersen’s program. Just over a week later, Dunn made his decision to attend Oregon State official, when he inked his Letter of Intent to the school on Wednesday.
Committed to Oregon St. University #GoBeavs #BTD17 ◾️ pic.twitter.com/ZwEIVUznFa— 2️⃣3️⃣ (@isaiahdunnnnn) January 22, 2017
A three-star prospect from California’s Antioch High School, Dunn joins Snellville, Georgia product, Justin Gardner, as the program’s two cornerback commits in the 2017 class. A 6’ 0”, 168-pound athlete, Dunn is a versatile and athletic talent that could potentially be moved around the defensive backfield early in his career to fill any glaring voids. He is also a remarkable special teams talent, where he could help the Beavers from day one, especially with the loss of do-it-all program cornerstone, Victor Bolden Jr..