Springfield (Va.) West Springfield running back Jonathan Dunn claims five offers to date. The 5-foot-9, 191-pounder is close to wrapping up his college trips for the summer as he waits for more possible offers.
"I just went to Vanderbilt's camp on Sunday and I'm going to Arkansas's camp this weekend," he said. "That will probably be the last camp of the summer for me."
To date, the 5-foot-9, 191-pounder has taken trips to Duke, Virginia and Maryland for camps as well. However, none of the schools have offered to this point.
"I think they are all looking to see what I do my senior year," he said. "I've been going to camps under-the-radar with not a lot of buzz around me."
Dunn has turned heads at camps though, including at Vanderbilt on Sunday.
"I was told that the offensive coaches were really impressed with my workout," he stated. "I went out there and did what I normally do.
They said they want to keep in contact. I'm going to contact them in about a week and see how things lay out. They knew who I was though coming into the camp and they have talked about me in coaching meetings."
At this stage, Dunn holds offers from Fordham, Hampton, Old Dominion, Wake Forest and William & Mary. Dunn was asked if he currently has any offers.
"I think my favorites would be West Virginia, Old Dominion and I would have to add Vanderbilt to the list," he said. "I liked it down there in Nashville. I actually have a sister that attended another college in Nashville. The city is a really nice city and they have a lot to offer. Vanderbilt is a nice school too. Then, the fact they play SEC football is always good to give you an opportunity to strive for it."
He also gave his thoughts on his other two favorites.
"I like the location of Old Dominion. It's a nice area down there and I'm sold on the fact it's by the beach. I like what they are doing with their program, moving up to Conference USA," he said. "I like West Virginia's style. I'm attracted to their team style and the uniforms and what they have to offer as a football program. West Virginia has told me they are taking four running backs and I think I have a good chance of getting one of those offers. I have to send them early season game film."
No matter what, Dunn claims no decision is coming anytime soon as he noted he 'definitely' plans to take official visits.