"My player host was Deandre Martin. He's from Miami too so we had a lot in common. The others players I met were very open and friendly. I liked them a lot. My dad was with me [on the visit]. He loved it. I think he appreciated all of the love the coaches were showing me. They treated us well."
The Palmetto Lancers finished the season 4-7, but were 0-4 in the district failing to make the playoffs.
"We had 11 starter injured or kicked off the team," Dunn stated. "I thought I had a good season. I played with tremendous disciple concentrating on my job only. In the past, I was too worried about other people's assignments and played wide-open, kind of like you play street ball. Playing linebacker you need to have faith in the other players. I feel like I did well staying focused and making plays. If you look at my senior film, you're not going to find too many errors.
"When [Wake Forest] offered me, Coach (Derrick) Jackson told me he loved my athleticism, range, arm width, and how I get after the ball sideline-to-sideline. I think I kept improving in all of those areas this season."
Dunn has scheduled official visits to UCF on November 24th and UConn on December 3rd. He expects to make a decision soon after his last visit.
A four year starter at Palmetto, Dunn was selected to play in the pretigious Under Armour All-American game in January.