Originally posted on The Duck Stops Here  |  Last updated 11/2/11

Dieter, the 6-3 statistical wunderkind from South Bend, Indiana, on the trail of assassinating several national records for receiving yards and touchdowns, has scheduled an Oregon visit for November. coming West for the game against USC. His Washington High team has made the sectional championships, with Dieter named ABC's National High School Athlete of the Month for October after games of 373 and 447 receiving yards.

A physical receiver at 210 pounds, through nine games he had 59 receptions, 1648 yards and 19 touchdowns, averaging a staggering 27.9 yards a catch.

You can view his highlight video here. It's long, and eye-popping. Though not extremely fast, Dieter has knack for getting open and runs well after the catch, a potential possession receiver who might make a great complement to Oregon's three redshirting freshmen, all burners, Devon Blackmon, Tacoi Sumler and B.J. Kelley.

photo: Thus far Dieter has been the star nobody wanted, pulling down a host of scholarship offers from the Mid-America conference yet surprisingly lukewarm interest from D-1 schools. Scott Frost likes his toughness and tenacity, however, and he's scheduled for an O.V. when the Trojans invade Autzen Stadium.

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