4-Star Wide Receiver Who Decommitted From Florida Commits to Penn State

Hollywood Fla. four-star receiver John Dunmore poses for

Hollywood Fla. four-star receiver John Dunmore poses for

Dunmore isn't just an average recruit from a state that turns out dozens of Power-Five-conference recruits every year, either.

He's also been selected to play in the Under Armour All-American Game in January.

This is a huge steal for Penn State.

The Seminoles will likely continue to recruit Dunmore but having the highest rated wide receiver in the country pass on your program for a school 500 miles further away from his home still stings.

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Dunmore is ranked as the No. 15 overall prospect in the Sunshine State and recently took part in The Opening last weekend with four FSU football commitments.

However, a moth later that was down to just 11 percent as the Nittany Lions took over the top spot.

"Dunmore ... was wowed by his recent official visit to the Penn State campus, and what happened on said trip certainly helped seal the deal", Rivals recruiting analyst Rob Cassidy said. It's hard enough getting a recruit out of south Florida and it gets even harder when all three or the state's top programs are after him. He had built a relationship with Dunmore while he was a coach in Florida and he was the one who landed Dunmore's Florida commit. The school won the Florida Class 3A state title previous year. Alas, James Franklin and company seem to have pulled it off. The Lions aim to get one or two of the top players in South Florida per class.

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