Hunter will graduate this spring as the #1 ranked student in his class, a welding degree, and 24 college credits. He has accomplished this while playing 3 sports and working 3 jobs. Hunter has been very active in the community volunteering with youth baseball, basketball and football games and clinics. Built a new sign for a local church and helped an elderly widow that is his neighbor. Hunter has been a 2 time All State DE, 3 time Conference DPOY, and the WSN Defensive Player of the Year in 8 man football.
In his essay Hunter states,” Football has helped me both in school and to develop as a person. Through football I was able to focus myself and gain confidence in not only my abilities but myself in general. I have developed many friendships and bonds that are going to last longer than high school. The boys that have continued on with me through high school have become brothers to me.”
Hunter plans to attend Ripon College where he will play football and study Psychology.