Less than a month after his Florida decommitment, interest from across the country seems to be at an all-time high for 4-star wide receiver John Dunmore.
He’s pulled in offers from Penn State, Ohio State and Florida State after backing out of his commitment to Florida on Jan. 22.
According to SB Nation, he’s already narrowing his list with plans to release a top-10. Among those top schools, is what Dunmore calls his “dream school,” Florida State.
“That’s my dream school. When I touch down on campus, I’m comfortable. I don’t have to be shy, nervous, anything, just comfortable,” said Dunmore, per the report.
With connections to coach Willie Taggart, wide receivers coach David Kelly and Dade County recruiter Telly Lockette, the elite wideout is already planning to return to campus for the Seminoles’ spring practice on March 31.
Dunmore is ranked No. 22 at his position and No. 18 in the state, per 247Sports composite rankings.
Aside from the Seminoles, Buckeyes and Nittany Lions, Dunmore also has offers from Michigan, Florida, Georgia and other top programs.
The 6-foot-2, 172-pound wideout from Hollywood, Fla. (Chaminade-Madonna Prep) uses his size and strength in the red zone to track down footballs, with a clear advantage in fade routes. He can go up and get the ball at its highest point, but also can make adjustments on back shoulder throws.
Check out his highlights below:
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