2007 -- Third on team with 19 receptions and fourth with 211 receiving yards ... Returned 32 punts for 301 yards ... Sixth in the SEC in punt return average (9.4 ypr) and second in league in punt return yards (301) ... Named team offensive POW vs. Tennessee Tech after recording three catches for 42 yards and two TDs ... The two scores were the first of his career ... Had nine receptions for 95 yards in last four games played ... Two catches for 63 yards in two games against Vanderbilt and at Arkansas ... Had more receptions (8) and receiving yards (53) in first four games than in 13 contests in 2006 (5 rec., 52 yds.) ... Caught one pass for 6 yards against Kansas State and returned six punts for 74 yards ... Returned punt 57 yards in third quarter that set up a field goal ... Was the longest punt return by an Auburn player during the Tommy Tuberville era ... Two catches for 15 yards and three punt returns for 43 yards against South Florida ... Made first career start versus Mississippi State ... Had two catches for 6 yards against Bulldogs ... Three punt returns for 35 yards against MSU ... Had three returns of over 20 yards ... Career-high in both receptions (3) and yards (26) against New Mexico State ... Only reception at Arkansas was a key play in the game as 30 yard reception late in fourth quarter set up game-winning field goal ... Had one catch for 14 yards vs. Georgia ... Had long punt return of 31 yards to set up fourth-quarter TD that gave Auburn a 17-7 lead over Alabama ... Had five catches for 39 yards and also returned three punts for 25 yards against Clemson in the Chick-fil-A Bowl.
2006 -- Served as Auburn's punt returner ... Finished with 22 punt returns for 120 yards and five catches for 52 yards ... Totaled 16 yards on two receptions against Ole Miss ... Caught one pass for 14 yards against Florida ... Had 11 yards on one punt return against Arkansas ... Returned six punts for 63 yards, including a season and career-high 35-yarder in the second quarter, against Buffalo ... Caught a 14-yard pass against LSU ... Returned seven punts for 39 yards, including a then-season-high 12-yarder, against Mississippi State.
2005 -- Played in eight games ... Returned one punt for 10 yards against Wisconsin in the Capital One Bowl ... Finished with two receptions for 29 yards ... Posted a 23-yard reception against Mississippi State ... Also returned four punts for 26 yards, including a 12-yard return against Mississippi State.
High School -- High School coach: Eric Parker ... Played receiver, free safety and some running back ... Also returned kicks and punts ... Named All-Region his junior and senior seasons ... Also named All-State his senior year ... Was the Georgia Mr. Football Player of the Year in 2005 ... Associated Press Player of the Year All-Classification in 2005 ... Also played basketball and track.
PERSONAL -- Born May 22, 1986 ... Son of Robert Garrett and Sherrell Dunn ... Has one brother, Rodriguez Dunn, 14 ... Majoring in psychology.