"The visit went really well," Dunn said. "The coaches really made everyone feel at home and you could tell everything had been planned out. I got to meet some of the incoming recruits and we really enjoyed the time together."
Dunn was able to interact with the coaching staff and enjoyed the fact that he was able to talk about how he will fit in the future.
"Being around the coaches was one of my favorite parts," Dunn said. "It was cool just talking to them about the schemes and where everyone fits in.
"They let us know that they are going to work really hard and they want the players to work hard together and just push each other to get better every day in practice and off the field."
Dunn has a goal as to when he would like to arrive to campus, but may have to wait a few days after his target date.
"I want to try and get down there by June 6th, but I don't know if I can because my school doesn't graduate until like 10 days later," he said. "I'm seeing if I can do all the work and get my diploma early because I want to get to Tucson when everyone else is. I'm really hopeful that it all works out and I'll get there in time because I don't want to get behind the other players."
Whenever Dunn does arrive in Tucson, he knows what direction he's heading academically.
"I want to major in business, but I'm not quite sure what specific business major I want to get," Dunn said. "The graduate assistant for tight ends majored in business, so I'm hopeful he can give me some advice on that one. Academics are important to me and whatever I major in I will try to excel at."