Days after the departure of Jonathan Senecal from the program, UConn has added another player to the roster in former Berlin High School quarterback Kevin Dunn. He will join the squad in time to practice this year, transferring in from Sacred Heart, and will play receiver for the Huskies.
C O M M I T T E D pic.twitter.com/2fdSsp0gih— Kevin Dunn (@Real_Kdunn) August 17, 2020
Dunn stands 6’3” 185, and played wide receiver at Berlin High School before switching to quarterback. During his senior season, he completed 60.3 percent of his passes for 2,204 yards and 28 touchdowns and led Berlin to their first state title in four years.
Dunn’s journey then took him to Sacred Heart, where he joined as a preferred walk-on and converted back to receiver.
UConn’s quarterback corps now includes the incumbent starter Jack Zergiotis, redshirt junior Micah Leon, redshirt sophomore Steven Krajewski and redshirt freshman Miles Foerster. Perhaps Dunn could be a deep backup option if needed.
The wide receiver group is relatively young, with redshirt junior Cam Hairston the elder statesman. Elijah Jeffreys, Cam Ross, Matt Drayton and Heron Maurisseau are all sophomores who have showed some level of promise at times. And then a host of redshirt freshmen and walk-ons round out the group, with Dunn joining the pack.