Missouri moving up Dunbars list

Glen Ellyn (Ill.) Glenbard West three-star defensive end Ruben Dunbar continues to add scholarship offers this fall, but with four months left until National Signing Day, a team that has not offered is starting to rise on his interest list.
"I think maybe Mizzou is up there," Dunbar said. "I don't think they have offered me, but I have been talking to their defensive line coach for awhile."
In fact, Dunbar identified Missouri defensive line coach [db]Craig Kuligowski[/db] as the coach he has had the most consistent contact with this fall, and could get a chance to meet him in-person this weekend.
"I think I might be going up to Mizzou this Saturday," Dunbar said. "I haven't really been up there, but their coach seems pretty cool. He has been talking about the team and how things are out there."
Earlier this summer Dunbar listed Michigan State as his leader, but he said the top of his list does not have any definition at this stage of the process. He has not made any game visits this fall and has no official visits scheduled.
"I'm going to get down and visit some schools before I make my decision," Dunbar assured. "But me and my mom are still talking about it and debating on [where to visit]."
Oklahoma State is the latest school to be added to Dunbar's offer list. The Cowboys came through with their offer in September.
"That was kind of a surprise," Dunbar said. "They just came into school one day. I am interested, but I don't know a lot about them."
Glenbard West is off to a 6-0 start to their 2012 campaign, and Dunbar is averaging a sack a game despite not having former defensive line-mate Tommy Schutt, a Rivals100 member in the 2012 class, to take some of the attention off him.