"I really feel that Florida fit me," Quinton Dunbar said. "I committed to head coach Urban Meyer and he was very excited and all the coaches said I remind them of Louis Murphy."
Dunbar's family was just as excited as the Gator coaching staff.
"My family is real excited. I am going up to Florida this weekend," Dunbar said.
One the season he is having a very productive year despite missing three games earlier in the season.
"Right now I have eight touchdowns and 210 yards receiving and that's with missing three games."
Many feel that Dunbar is one of the top five wide receiver prospects in the state of Florida. Last season he hauled in 39 catches for 73 yards and seven touchdowns. He is tall and thin and will need to add weight at the next level but what player doesn't. Dunbar has good speed and even better hands.
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