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John Dunmore Jr Commits to Oregon State

The talented WR is headed to Corvallis

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: OCT 05 Purdue at Penn State Photo by Gregory Fisher/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

John Dunmore Jr is a 6-foot-1, 180-pound wide receiver from Hollywood, Florida. The former Penn State receiver was a highly regarded 4-star prospect and Under Armour All-American.

Dunmore was the 120th ranked prospect in the nation coming out of high school and choose Penn State over schools like: Florida, Michigan, Auburn, Georgia, Notre Dame and a bunch of other schools. He redshirted his first season with Penn State (appearing in just one game) and then decided to transfer in the middle of his 2nd season.

Originally Dunmore had his sights on transferring to Florida Atlantic University when he entered the transfer portal, but he never enrolled with FAU and in recent months decided to re-evaluate his options. Because of the Covid-waiver season, Dunmore will be available to play this fall and will still have 4 years of eligibility remaining.

The Beavers continue to utilize the transfer portal to it’s fullest. Dunmore is the 7th transfer headed to Oregon State this offseason and he might just be the most talented. The other transfers are: Sam Noyer (QB), Keonte Schad (DT), Heneli Bloomfield (OL), Elijah Jones (CB), Deshaun Fenwick (RB) and Makiya Tongue (WR).