LSU Gold
Lindale, Ga.
High School
Pepperell HS

Played in 14 games with one start during his career … Start came at center in win over Southern Miss in 2016 … Earned first varsity letter with the Tigers in 2016 … Scheduled to graduate in either the spring or summer of 2017 … Decided in late February of 2017 to transfer from LSU following the completion of his undergraduate degree.

Served as the backup to All-American Ethan Pocic at center … Played in six games with one start … Got first and only start of his career in win over Southern Miss … Played a total of 75 offensive snaps and was credited with five knockdown and two “great effort plays” … Didn’t allow a sack and wasn’t called for any penalties in those 75 snaps … Action came against Jacksonville State, Mississippi State, Auburn, Missouri, Southern Miss, and Arkansas.

Played in four games as he saw action against Mississippi State, Eastern Michigan, South Carolina and Ole Miss … Saw a total of 17 offensive snaps at center with two knockdowns (both against Eastern Michigan) … Served as the backup center behind All-SEC performer Ethan Pocic.

Played in four games, all in a backup role … Played a total of 82 snaps and finished with three knockdowns … Most extensive action came in win over Sam Houston State with 39 offensive snaps … Played nine snaps against Louisiana-Monroe, nine against New Mexico State and eight against Kentucky … Had one knockdown block against Sam Houston State, New Mexico State and Kentucky.

Redshirted as a true freshman in 2013.

One of the top guard prospects in the country following a stellar prep career at Pepperell High School … Played offensive tackle during his senior season in 2012 … Wrapped up his high school career as a first-team Class 2A all-state selection by the Georgia Sportswriters Association in his final prep season … Helped pave the way to a berth in the Class 2A state playoffs for Pepperell High School in 2012 … Listed as a four-star prospect by such national recruiting outlets as ESPN, 247Sports and Rivals … Ranked No. 180 among all recruits nationally and No. 9 among offensive guards in the ESPN 300 for the Class of 2013 … Earned a No. 241 national ranking and No. 11 ranking among offensive guards in the final Top247 released by 247sports … Tabbed the nation’s 12th-ranked guard by Rivals … Showed his versatility by playing tight end as a junior in 2011 … Coached in high school by Jeff Shiflett.

Born on Nov. 27, 1994 … Parents are Larry and Rebecca Hunter … Majoring in interdisciplinary studies.


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