Dodie Dunson is looking forward to taking a step forward in his recruitment. Once the Final 4 is complete, Dunson, the 6-foot-2, 185-pound point guard from Brewster Academy in N.H., will begin to schedule some official visits. As it stands right now, one school in particular will definitely receive an official visit from Dunson.
"Dodie is getting a wide range of interest from quite a few schools," said Brewster Academy head coach Jason Smith. "He is going to wait until the Final 4 is over before he begins to schedule any visits. With all of the coaching changes and transfers that are going to happen, Dodie wants to wait until the Final 4 is over before he does anything.
"Dodie is receiving interest from Tulsa, Purdue, Nebraska and he received a phone call from Steve Alford and Iowa last week," he added. "Tulsa is showing the most interest and that is a school he is definitely going to visit. Tulsa has already offered Dodie a scholarship."
It should come as no surprise that a number of elite level programs are showing such a sincere interest in Dunson. The 6-foot-2, 185-pound point guard certainly took his game to another level, especially when Will Harris went down with an injury.
"When Will went down with an injury, Dodie really stepped up his game for us," said Smith. "He was our leading scorer and really become more comfortable with his teammates. He shot the ball extremely well for us and played great while Will was out of the lineup."