EYEBALL TEST:At 6-foot-1, 215-pounds, Dunham is the prototypical linebacker for TCU. Good build that can definitely add weight to his frame. Looks like a younger Marcus Mallet.
It didn't take long to figure out that Dunham was amped up for this game against rival Shepherd and fellow TCU commit Jonathan Marshall. Dunham was all over the field all night as he lined up at outside backer and sometimes in the middle. Dunham is very good at reading plays and his pursuit is remarkable. A few plays Dunham used his speed to catch Shepherd running backs down field. Coldspring sends him on the blitz often and Dunham is a pro at it as he quickly finds open gaps to disrupt a play; whether he's making the tackle or not. Dunham injured his knee last season and he showed a few signs of limping but overall it didn't bother him at all. By my count, Dunham had close to 10 tackles on the night and if plays like this once he arrives on campus, it would not surprise me to see him playing as a true freshmen