Jason Dunn didn't have the flashy high school or college career like Craig Yeast and Dennis Johnson, two other Harrodsburg High School football players.
Yeast was a consensus all-state pick. He went to Kentucky and, thanks to some help from a quarterback named Tim Couch, became UK's all-time leading receiver. He played for the Cincinnati Bengals and New York Jets before his NFL career ended with two-plus years of experience.
Johnson was named Kentucky's Mr. Football in 1997 when he was also picked as the national defensive player of the year. He turned down chances to sign with Notre Dame and Florida to stay home and play defensive end for Kentucky. He set a school record for quarterback sacks and bypassed his senior season at UK to make himself eligible for the 2002 NFL draft. He's now in his second season with the Arizona Cardinals.
Dunn was not exactly an unknown. He was that rare four-sport standout - football, basketball, baseball and track - in high school and played middle linebacker, offensive tackle, fullback, wide receiver and even quarterback for the Pioneers.