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NFL Draft: Numbers Can't Define Dunbar

Boston College middle linebacker Jo-Lonn Dunbar had NFL qualities that don't show up in the traditional measurables at the Combine and at pro days. Find out why he's going to be a success with any team NFL team that is smart enough to call out his name on Draft Day in this exclusive Scout.com feature.

If you've seen Jo-Lonn Dunbar play football, the first thing you probably noticed is that he never took a play off. The energy level and the fire he consistently displayed on the field while manning the middle linebacker spot for Boston College made him a leader of one of the top defenses in country in 2007. But he arrived at Boston College in 2003 with the hope of playing running back. In fact...

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