Quinton Dunbar is one of the top wide receiver prospects in south Florida for the Class of 2010 and…
Canes land third commitment
Quinton Dunbar took an unofficial visit to the University of Miami on Saturday to watch the team practice and to talk to the coaching staff. Last week Dunbar told us that's when he expected to receive his scholarship offer from Miami. It happened and he has some news. "They offered me and I committed to them," Dunbar said. "I'm gonna be a Hurricane. I just committed today. I really liked everything I saw yesterday so I called up Coach McGriff today and told him I'm ready to commit. He was real excited." Dunbar, 6-foot-1 1/2 and 165 pounds, previously had an offer from FIU while several others were showing interest. The Miami (Booker T. Washington) standout talked more about his time on campus yesterday. "I watched practice and I liked it," he said. "I like what they're doing and I got a chance to see how they do things. Then I got a chance to meet with the coaches. They were just telling me how much they want me and stuff like that. They were real cool." Dunbar, who won't turn 17 until around the start of football season later this year, is coming off an excellent season with 39 catches for over 700 yards and seven touchdowns. The Canes already have two former Booker T. standouts playing receiver now -- Thearon Collier and Davon Johnson. Inside the classroom, Dunbar carries a 3.1 GPA and recently received a 15 on the ACT. He plans to re-take it soon. Dunbar is Miami's third commitment for the Class of 2010, joining defensive tackles Louis Nix and Todd Chandler.
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