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Jamar Hunt
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BIOGRAPHY: Posted career numbers of 31/367/2 as a senior when he became a full-time starter. Junior totals included 12/135 after 21/218/2 as a sophomore. Part-time starter his first three seasons on the field at UTEP. Graduated from high school in 2001 before going on a Mormon mission and will be 27 years old at the end of the �09 season.

POSITIVES: Hunt is an over-aged prospect with limited upside for the next level. He has a slight chance to make it for a team that keeps three tight ends on a roster.

NEGATIVES: Average athlete who struggles to adjust as a blocker and lacks speed as a pass catcher. Rarely involved in the passing game. Overextends into blocks or bends at the waist and struggles to finish.

ANALYSIS: Massive tight end most effective as a blocker. Bends his knees, gets leverage on opponents, and seals defenders from the action with good body positioning. Quickly gets into blocks or releases into routes, immediately gets to top speed and extends to make the reception away from his frame.


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