The Brother Rice Warriors just completed yet another state championship season, and one of the biggest parts of that success was junior defensive end Jack Dunaway who finished with 15 sacks and created a lot of havoc for opposing offenses.
"It was a lot of fun as a junior getting the chance to play. It was a big deal for me. I was honored to play on Coach Fracassa's last team. That was an awesome experience."
There has been a lot of foot traffic through Brother Rice this week and the 6-foot-3, 215-pound Dunaway is one of the many players on their talented roster the coaches have been inquiring about.
"Actually, the last couple days, the coaches came in from Maryland and Iowa."
One school who he hopes to hear more from is Michigan, the school his father played for in the early eighties.
"I went to Ohio State game as a fan and went to a spring practice. I also went to the Michigan camp with Grant Perry. We roomed together and he did really well. That was the only camp I went to because I really like Michigan and wanted to get my name in the system and I went to Sound Mind, Sound Body."
Dunaway says he did not take any visits during the season.