Chat with Carlos Dunlap
Dunlap was the defensive MVP in the 2009 BCS title game.
Welcome to SportsNation! On Wednesday, we're going to talk NFL draft when defensive end prospect, and former Florida Gator, Carlos Dunlap stops by to chat.
Dunlap recorded nine sacks in his junior season, his last at Florida. For his career, the 6-6, 277-pounder had 81 tackles to go with 19.5 sacks, 8 passes defleced and 3 blocked kicks.
Scouts Inc. ranks Dunlap as the fourth best defensive end in the draft. They also like his pass rushing skills and durability, while his profile says that he "moves very well for his size and even returned kicks for high school team. Can recover when caught collapsing too far inside or too far upfield. Shows good lateral mobility when scraping down the line of scrimmage. Can line up anywhere on the defensive line in a four-man front and could develop into an effective end in a base three-man front if moved there."
Send your questions now and join Dunlap Wednesday at 2:40 p.m. ET!