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Elite WR John Dunmore decommits from Florida, has been in contact with Michigan

This could get interesting

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The top rated 2019 receiver in Florida, 4-Star John Dunmore, has de-committed from the University of Florida. Dunmore has an offer on the table from Michigan, among others.

Maize ‘n’ Brew interviewed Dunmore earlier this week, and since then he has opened up his recruitment fully.

MnB caught up with Dunmore with this new development unfolding, and he told us that Michigan has been in contact with him.

Dunmore spoke with tight ends coach Sherrone Moore. “Just getting to know each other. Building a relationship,” he said.

When asked if the conversation between he and Moore had a good flow, Dunmore said “Yes it did and I would like to see our relationship continue to build.”

Dunmore said Moore told him he’s looking forward to getting to know him more and looking forward to his next visit to Ann Arbor.

The wideout currently has 19 offers on the table and Michigan is just as much of a front-runner as the rest of the field. “Yes I am looking at Michigan too. I really want to see what they have to offer.”

Wherever Dunmore lands, he’s factoring in a variety of things to make his final decision. “Right now I’m not focused on one particular thing in a school. The best fit for me would be a combination of things. Education, relationships, and having an opportunity to come in and compete right away from day one to see the field.”

Standing 6-2 172 lbs from Chaminade-Madonna Prep, Dunmore is ranked No. 121 overall in his class, and ranked No. 22 for his position.