Football Recruiting: Jaylen Dunlap Signs LOI With Illinois

The Illinois Fighting Illini signed their sixth commit on National Signing Day, Jaylen Dunlap. Dunlap is unranked by 247 Sports.

Dunlap committed to Illinois on January 21st, 2013. He officially visited Illinois on January 18th. He chose the Illini over teams such as: Eastern Michigan, UAB, and Western Michigan. In the end, Dunlap signed his papers and will be apart of the Fighting Illini.

Jaylen Dunlap played his high school ball at Crete-Monee High School in Crete, Illinois. The Crete-Monee Warriors won the Class 6A State Championship in the Illinois State Playoffs. In their championship game, they defeated Cary-Grove High School, 33-26. Dunlap grabbed ten interceptions during his senior season. He also earned first-team all-area and first-team all-conference honors.

Out of the fourteen signees that Illinois has at this moment, Dunlap was the sixth commit to fax in his Letter of Intent. He is one of six defensive backs to sign with the Illini on NSD.

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Topics: Football, Illinois Fighting Illini, Jaylen Dunlap, National Signing Day, Recruiting

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