"I think it was a great experience," Dorsey said. "I wanted to come out and play against some of the best. I just worked at defensive back today but at other camps I plan to work at both wide receiver and as a cornerback and safety.
"There were some really great receivers out here so it was good to go against them. It gave me a chance to come out and play against some great talent that will be playing at the next level. I think it allows me to know where I am as a player at this point. It also shows me what I need to continue to get better at to become the player I can be."
Dorsey already knew some of his competitors, including Dunkley, a wide receiver from Royal Palm Beach (Fla.). The two shared some trash talk before taking each other on in individual battles.
"I told him we are friends now but when we get on the field it is all business," Dorsey said.
While Dorsey had a good day, he said that his focus over his upcoming senior season is to prove that he belongs in the 2010 version of the Under Armour All-American Game.
"My goal is to be in there next year," Dorsey said pointing to the Citrus Bowl. "I hope this was the first step to getting there. I want to be in the All-America Game next year."
Dorsey showed on Sunday that he is capable of standing out among the nation's best.