Dunn is a DT prospect to keep an eye on

Teams are always on the lookout for a JUCO defensive tackle to come in and play right away and West Los Angeles DT Dayan Dunn (6-2, 290) is a prospect already getting plenty of attention from four-year schools. JCFootball.com spoke to the talented interior lineman recently and he updated us on which schools are already after him and what he's been up to so far this offseason...

"I don't have any offers yet, but I have schools like Kansas, Washington, San Diego State and New Mexico State after me so far," Dunn told JCFootball.com recently. "Most schools like me because of my motor. I don't take plays off. I finish and I go hard on every play."

As a freshman last season, Dunn faced double and triple-teams almost every snap, but he still managed to post 25 tackles, four sacks and 8.5 tackles-for-loss from his nose tackle spot.

"I loved it because I knew if I was double or triple teamed it helped my teammates out," Dunn noted.

As a prep, Dunn attended Hamilton (Culver City, Ca.) High School and was unable to get much attention from college coaches because of his grades.

"West Los Angeles was close to home and it allowed me to focus on things like homework and working out and playing football," Dunn said.

He is on pace to graduate in May and he will have three years to play two following the 2013 football season.

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