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Stellar three-star pulls the trigger

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Three-star, two-way standout Davon Dunn (6-0, 184, 4.45) from San Diego (Calif.) Lincoln is one of the Golden State's best playmakers and one lucky school has landed his services. secrets and one team
"I went ahead and committed to Cal," Dunn said. "I like Cal's coaching staff. I am very comfortable with the coaches at Cal.
"I love it up there in Berkeley and it is not too far from home," Dunn said. "My family can come and see me anytime and also the academics there are tremendous. Cal is one of the top schools in the nation.
"Being able to get a degree there and being able to play ball there for the next four to five years, that's a great opportunity."
Though Dunn is a stellar two-way standout Cal recruited Dunn for his skills as a wide receiver and his special teams talents as a return man, but may also get a look as a defensive back.
"Cal recruited me as a receiver," Dunn said. "They said I could come in and try receiver, try defensive back and I'll also be doing some special teams."
As a junior, Dunn scored 25 touchdowns, 17 touchdowns rushing the football, while eight came on pass receptions. He also returned four touchdowns returning punts.
From his cornerback position, while locking down on the opposition's best receiver, he accounted for 58 tackles, seven pass deflected and three interceptions. In two years starting at cornerback, Dunn hasn't allowed one touchdown.
Cal won this recruiting battle over 12 other offers coming from the likes of Colorado, Arizona, Washington, San Diego State, Utah, Boise State, and Fresno State.
Oregon and UCLA were on the verge of offering.
"I'm pretty much done with recruiting," Dunn said. "I know Cal is where I want to go."
Cal gets a player in Dunn who earned first-team San Diego Section all-CIF, first-team all-area and first-team all-league as a wide receiver for his junior season performance.
As a sophomore, Dunn earned first-team San Diego Section all-CIF, first-team all-area and first-team all-league as a defensive back.
Dunn also earned a spot on Rivals.com's California Preseason Top 100 team for the class of 2010 landing as the Golden State's No. 52 prospect at any position.
"I went ahead and committed to Cal," Dunn said. "I like Cal's coaching staff. I am very comfortable with the coaches at Cal.
"I love it up there in Berkeley and it is not too far from home," Dunn said. "My family can come and see me anytime and also the academics there are tremendous. Cal is one of the top schools in the nation
"Being able to get a degree there and being able to play ball there for the next four to five years, that's a great opportunity."
Though Dunn is a stellar two-way standout Cal recruited Dunn for his skills as a wide receiver and his special teams talents as a return man, but may also get a look as a defensive back.
"Cal recruited me as a receiver," Dunn said. "They said I could come in and try receiver, try defensive back and I'll also be doing some special teams."
As a junior, Dunn scored 25 touchdowns, 17 touchdowns rushing the football, while eight came on pass receptions. He also returned four touchdowns returning punts.
From his cornerback position, while locking down on the opposition's best receiver, he accounted for 58 tackles, seven pass deflected and three interceptions. In two years starting at cornerback, Dunn hasn't allowed one touchdown.
Cal won this recruiting battle over 12 other offers coming from the likes of Colorado, Arizona, Washington, San Diego State, Utah, Boise State, and Fresno State.
Oregon and UCLA were on the verge of offering.
"I'm pretty much done with recruiting," Dunn said. "I know Cal is where I want to go."
Cal gets a player in Dunn who earned first-team San Diego Section all-CIF, first-team all-area and first-team all-league as a wide receiver for his junior season performance.
As a sophomore, Dunn earned first-team San Diego Section all-CIF, first-team all-area and first-team all-league as a defensive back.
Dunn also earned a spot on Rivals.com's California Preseason Top 100 team for the class of 2010 landing as the Golden State's No. 52 prospect at any position.
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