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The Food Will Keep Dunbar a Gator

Sometimes it is the smallest things or the least likely things that may stand out for any prospect on an official visit. In the case of Quinton Dunbar, it may just be the food that will keep him coming back to Gainesville. The Gator commitment from Miami's Booker T. Washington took an official visit to Gainesville this weekend and was impressed by the cuisine more than anything.

It wasn't even specialty food that had Dunbar hooked. From the way he sounded on the phone, you would think he looked more like a well rounded offensive lineman that a sleek receiver that can run like he does. He ate the meals at the normal spot where all the Gator players eat. "I have to say the food was so good," Dunbar said with a laugh when asked what really stood out on his visit to... Recommended Stories

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