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The Oregon Ducks are hosting a major collection of talent this weekend for its camp, and one visitor in particular may ruffle the feathers (or fur) of a Pac-12 rival.

On Thursday afternoon, Adelanto High School (California) wide receiver/running back and Washington Huskies commit Keith Reynolds tweeted that he will be visiting Eugene and participating in this weekend's camp:

The 5-foot-9, 170-pound athlete doesn't yet have a scholarship from the Ducks, but a first-hand look could tip the scales if Reynolds were to put on a monster performance.

And given Reynolds' track record, that may be in the cards.

Reynolds is an electrifying open-field playmaker, who has played quarterback, wide receiver, running back, defensive back and kick returner for his high school, registering a 94-yard touchdown run, an 89-yard pick-six and punt return touchdowns of 77 and 80 yards.

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In an era that has largely eliminated "hidden gems," Reynolds may be just that as he's a dynamic, diminutive playmaker for a high school program that has struggled to win games in recent years. 

Clearly, Washington coach Kalen DeBoer thinks so, as he's been recruiting him since he was at Fresno State. 

Regardless of where he ends up, Reynolds appears poised to become a future burner in the Pac-12 Conference.