BIOGRAPHY: Three-year starter awarded all-Conference honors after his sophomore and junior seasons. Totals last season included 68/2/5
after 122/2/2 as a junior when he led the Conference USA with an average of 12.2 tackles per game. Sophomore totals included
POSITIVES: Dunbar was a solid college defender, yet he lacks the speed to be used in anything other than a zone system at the next level.
He must make his mark on special teams for any opportunity to make an NFL roster.
NEGATIVES: Almost exclusively used up the field and shows marginal cover skills. Lacks the classic size for an NFL safety. Marginal skills
in pass defense.
ANALYSIS: Hard-hitting, run-defending safety best up the field. Displays a good head for the ball, takes proper angles and wraps up
tackling. Effectively uses his hands to protect himself and quickly closes to the action. Displays a burst of straight-line
closing speed, and he is forceful up the field.