WR explains de-commitment

Quinton Dunbar made his college commitment a few weeks ago but now the Miami (Fla.) Booker T. Washington standout has changed his mind. Read on for the details and what he's saying about it.

Quinton Dunbar committed to Miami a couple weeks ago shortly after the hometown Hurricanes became the second program to offer him a scholarship (FIU was first).

"I committed because I thought that was what I wanted to do," Dunbar said. "I was happy about my decision at the time."

Fast forward a few weeks and Dunbar is now saying differently.

"I de-committed from Miami," he said. "Me and my mom decided to wait it out and give myself an opportunity to see new things from new colleges rather than pick my choice now."

Dunbar, 6-foot-2 and 165 pounds, is now keeping his options open.

"I'm now considering Miami, Florida State, Florida, Michigan, Alabama, and Central Florida," he said. "UCF has already offered me and I'm pretty sure Florida State and the rest will come in by next week."

Dunbar said he has already informed the Miami coaches of his decision.

"They were kinda neutral," he said. "They were a little upset but they also understand."

Dunbar finished his junior season with 39 catches for 703 yards and seven touchdowns. He claims a 3.1 GPA inside the classroom and scored a 15 on his first ACT attempt.

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