BELLINGHAM, Wash. - Aaron Dunn, a member of the Washington State University football team the last two years, has accepted a scholarship offer to play men's basketball at Western Washington University starting this fall.
The 6-foot-6, 235-pound Dunn lettered last fall for the Cougars as a redshirt freshman, playing in 10 games with one start as a tight end and special teams member.
Dunn was a second-team Class 4A all-State and first-team all-Greater Spokane League choice as a senior at Mead High School. He played in the 4A/3A senior all-State game and was named to the state all-tournament team.
Dunn helped the Panthers to a district title and fifth place at state, averaging 17.0 points and 9.0 rebounds. The team captain and MVP, he scored 36 points against Central Valley.
In football, Dunn was an EvergreenStatePreps.com Class 4A all-State and first-team all-GSL pick, receiving Tacoma News Tribune Northwest Nugget honorable mention. As a junior at Mead, Dunn tore his ACL in the fifth game of the football season and missed the entire basketball campaign.
His first two years of high school, Dunn attended Shadle Park. As a sophomore, Dunn was a first-team all-GSL pick in basketball and received honorable mention in football. He averaged 15.0 points in helping the Highlanders to state.