Canton (Ohio) Glenoak running back Bri'onte Dunn has been out visiting several schools in the last few months and this past weekend he made his first game day visit of the fall to Penn State to see the Nittany Lions take on Alabama.
"I went with my dad, my teammate Steve Mathie and one of my coaches," Dunn said. "The trip was good and me and my dad had fun up there. I loved the atmosphere and I loved the crowd. I also liked the coaches."
The 6-2, 218-pound Dunn was able to key in on Penn State running back Silas Redd and watch how the Penn State coaching staff utilized him in their offense.
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"They run the ball enough for me," Dunn said. "I think the running back they have now is pretty good."
This past weekend's trip was an unofficial visit, and Dunn plans to make all of his game day visits this fall unofficial.
"I will probably take my official visits after the season," Dunn said. "I didn't really want to get into [official visits] during the season."
Dunn's next trip to State College will likely be his official visit, but he is looking at attending games at Ohio State and Michigan later in the season.
"I'm probably going to go to the Ohio State-Nebraska and Ohio State-Wisconsin games," Dunn said. "I was thinking about going to Ohio State-Michigan, but I'll probably have to go to a different Michigan game because we might be in the playoffs."
Although Dunn continues to receive interest from other schools, his focus at this time is on Ohio State, Penn State and Michigan.
"So far, it is down to them three," Dunn said. "No one else is really on me hard like them. Those are my three top schools. I'm still committed to Ohio State, so we'll see what happens."