Dunaway Visits Wolverines

Michigan legacy recruit Jack Dunaway, a productive pass rusher from Brother Rice (Mich.) was on U-M's campus on Friday and got to spend a lot of time with the staff. He talks about what was said here.

Brother Rice defensive end Jack Dunaway is familiar with Michigan as his father Craig Dunaway played for the Wolverines as a tight end, but while the Maize and Blue had been in contact with him, Friday proved to be a better opportunity for him to speak with the staff.

"I visited and spent an hour with Coach Mattison," he said. "I had a great time. It's a really classy program."

Dunaway (6'3, 220), had 15 sacks as a junior for the state champion Warriors. The Wolverines have watched his tape and noted the qualities that helped to that great season.

"He told me they plan on recruiting me hard and they love how I play on tape."

Dunaway is also hearing from several other schools including Iowa and Maryland.

He is looking forward to staying in contact with Michigan and getting back to campus as well.

"Coach Mattison said he wants to see me at spring practices and come to camp and work with the position coaches there."

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