The lanky class of 2021 defender is another player that the Hapeville staff spoke highly of. At only 180 lbs. he doesn’t really have the frame to play DE at the next level, but luckily he has some film at LB too. Hunter has long strides and moving laterally covers a ton of space. He has a nice forward lean flowing to the football. Looks like a prototypical OLB at the next level – granted he needs to put on some serious weight before he is ready to be anywhere as a starter. Tackling is just okay, he doesn’t always square up on his attempt very well nor does he wrap up, but Hunter does get low and knocks the ball carrier down at the thighs. I would like to see more of Hunter defending the pass, but I suppose he was made a DE on obvious passing downs given his good production getting sacks on 3rd down. Overall, he has the speed and size to be an FBS football player. Over the last few years, Hunter has grown a good bit, and is now 6’5″ and 215 lbs. His length and change of direction is so unique, and it’s bizarre to see a player this long and versatile not getting more D1 interest.