WR Adrien Dunn Profile
The Lions' head coach likes Dunn to one of the wide receivers around the corner at Clemson.
"He's a ball player. I compare him to Adam Humphries," Robinson told CUTigers in a recent interview. "He's does a little bit of everything. We started him on defense. He was a slot receiver. We didn't throw it a whole lot last year, so he was on defense, punt return -- he makes stuff happen. We put him at running back [after] we lost depth at running back.
"He can do anything. He's performed real well at these combines."
At the Shrine Bowl combine, Dunn a 4.75 in the 40, a 4.28 in the shuttle run, broad jumped 8'5" and repped 185 pounds on the bench press 14 times.
"I slipped [on the shuttle, but I usually run a 4.2. [The 40] wasn't that good…but other than that I did real well," he said.
Dunn will camp at Maryland this summer. There, he could put himself in serious contention for an offer from the Terps.
Former Clemson running backs coach Andre Powell is now in the same position at Maryland.
"He told me that I've got a chance. If I can run a 4.4 at camp…he said up there, they need some scat around players," Dunn said.
He's visited Appalachian State, Western Carolina and Furman. He'll also camp at those schools this summer.
"We use him at safety because he's football smart. All those interceptions on his highlight are because he anticipates what's going on. He isn't scared to hit," Robinson said.
Adrien Dunn has had a busy summer making camp appearances in hopes of earning offers…