The 6-5, 225 pound prospect continues to add to his impressive offer list. "I think Florida State has offered. I think they left an offer on my dad's phone. I need to verify it," Dunlap told CUTigers.com. "I also have offers from Tennessee, Auburn, Clemson, South Carolina, North Carolina and Florida."
When asked if he has any current favorites, Dunlap responded, "No, I am still open. Everybody that has offered me has a head start on everyone else."
The Palmetto standout plans to spend the summer narrowing the field. "I should narrow things down before the start of my season."
Does the 4-star prospect have a favorite between the two in-state schools? "No, not really. They are both pretty good schools," replied Dunlap.
The summer camp plans are still up in the air for the talented defender. "I think I will be going to South Carolina for the seven on seven camp with my team. I am going to go to a few more camps but I'm not sure where yet."
The prize recruit is not expected to make a commitment until after he finishes his final season for Fort Dorchester. "I am still planning to wait until after the season. I want to take some official visits first."
Which teams are recruiting Dunlap the hardest at this time? "Auburn, South Carolina and Clemson are right now," replied Dunlap.
Former teammate Byron Maxwell is trying to convince Dunlap to join him at Clemson. "Byron and I are cool. He does work me pretty hard. He is trying to get me to Clemson."
The school that signs Dunlap in February will have an advantage with one of his rising junior teammates Robert Quinn. "Robert and I plan on going to the same school. We are real close." Quinn is a 6-3, 250 pound linebacker that will be one of the top prospects in South Carolina for the 2008 class.
CUTigers.com will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding defensive end from South Carolina, right up through signing day 2007.
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