DE Carlos Dunlap Profile
The 6-5, 225-pound defebsuve ebd prospect has offers from both in-state schools along with several SEC powers.
"Right now I have offers now from Tennessee, Florida, Auburn, South Carolina and Clemson," Dunlap told CUTigers.com in a recent interview. "I haven't taken any visits the last few weeks. I'm not really sure if I will take any in the next few weeks."
The Fort Dorchester standout will be in Tiger Town later this spring. "I am planning to go to the Nike camp at Clemson," stated Dunlap.
When asked if he has any favorite, Dunlap responded, "No, I don't really have any right now. I will probably narrow things down during the season. Then I will take some visits."
Which teams are recruiting the 4-star prospect the hardest at this time? "Clemson, South Carolina and Auburn are right now," replied Dunlap.
As a junior last season, Dunlap recorded over 100 tackles, nine sacks, and twenty tackles for loss.
Ft. Dorchester head coach Steve LaPrad said of Dunlap's play, "His greatest attribute is his speed, especially to be so big. He reminds me of Lawson from North Carolina State. He is tall, quick and rangy. He was just 15 at the beginning of the year. He is only going to get better."
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