Dunn Enjoys Buckeye Win

Five-star tailback Brionte Dunn was at Ohio State Saturday to watch the Buckeyes defeat Wisconsin, one night after rushing for 317 yards and leading Canton GlenOak to a victory. Dunn, who committed to Ohio State last fall, discussed his visit with Scout.com.

One night after leading his Canton GlenOak team to a win over Perry, and rushing for over 300 yards in the process, Brionte Dunn was in Columbus to watch Ohio State battle Wisconsin.

Dunn committed to Ohio State last fall, and the five-star prospect was impressed by the atmosphere.

"It was great at Ohio State, and that was my first time being there for a night game," Dunn stated. "The crowd was amazing and it was a great night for Ohio State, especially beating a physical team like Wisconsin."

"It was great seeing my boy, Devin Smith, catch the winning touchdown, because he's a Stark County boy like me," he said laughing. "I was down on the field with (assistant coach) Jim Bollman, and we talked about how our seasons are going. He's been following our games, and he noticed how well I've been playing. I loved being there for a night game, and it was really special."

Another trip to Ohio State is planned in the coming months, and that will be an official visit.

Dunn has also opened his recruitment in the past months, and he may be scheduling other official visits.

"I will be going back to Ohio State for an official visit, but that won't be until after my season is over," he explained. "I won't be visiting anyone else officially during my season, but I might take a few other ones."

"I will be visiting Michigan on an official visit for sure," he continued. "I'm also thinking of going to Miami and maybe Penn State too. I am still committed to Ohio State, but I'm keeping my options open. That's really the best way to describe my recruiting situation right now. This visit was great, but it doesn't change anything."

Next weekend, Dunn and his teammates will open post-season play with a home game against Wadsworth. The Golden Eagles finished 9-1 on the regular season, with Dunn rushing for over 1,600 yards, in what was an injury-plagued campaign.

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