Date of Birth: May 20, 1991
Height: 6'4 Weight: 200
Hunter is a very fluid athlete on the field who has no problems getting in and out of his breaks or breezing past defensive backs to create separation. Off the field his numbers support that showing as he ran a 4.44 40 and had a 40.5 vertical. Hunter has the agility and speed, combined with his sheer size, to be a dominant NFL receiver someday.
Effort and awareness have been combined here because they often come up together on the field. In a position where divas are often celebrated and routinely accepted, Hunter's play on the field portrays him as the polar opposite. He works back to the football on comeback routes or when defenders are in better position to fight for the football. What was most telling however, was his willingness to fight for a play even when he knew he couldn't catch the ball.
Over the number of games that were watched, Hunter prevented at least four sure-fire interceptions by simply playing to the whistle. Even when he had no chance to make the play in terms of catching the football, he fought for the tipped pass or to knock the ball from the defensive back with a big hit.
Hunter's extra effort is obvious on the two plays from 01:04 in this video. The first reception shows off his awareness, effort and athleticism to make a reception over a defensive back after adjusting to the football, while the second is sheer effort to prevent a turnover.
The first play in particular is a play that not every receiver in the NFL can make.