Hunter Enjoys UL Junior Day

Trinity Episcopal(Natchez, MS) DL Terrence Hunter is a name college recruiters are becoming more familiar with this spring. Hunter visited Louisiana's Ragin'Cajuns for junior day in March.

Trinity Episcopal(Natchez, MS) DL Terrence Hunter is a name that a lot of schools are starting to get to know. The "6ft2" 270LB DL is looking for a place to play college football, but more importantly to Terrence he is looking for a place to get an education.

Terrence is hearing from a pretty good group of schools so far.

"Right now I am hearing from UL, Arkansas State, Ole Miss, Tennessee, and Auburn. This summer I plan to camp at UL, Ole Miss, USM, Arkansas State, and Auburn."

Hunter got a chance to visit one of his favorite schools for junior day.

"I went to UL's Jr day. I really enjoyed it. All of their facilities were great. I got to talk to Coach Saunders and Coach Lovings and they were great. It was really just a great visit."

Concerning a timeline, Hunter pretty much knows when he plans to make a decision.

"Well, academics always comes first to me. So that's the main thing I am looking for. I want to major in Business. I plan on going through my senior season, taking my five visits, and then make a decision."

Terrence Hunter 55 Tackles, 32 Solo. 3 Sacks, 5 FF, 1 Int for 2010 season.

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