Mississippi All-Star: Hunter Bull

Hunter Bull may be one of the best football names in the state of Mississippi, but he is perhaps one of the least known players on the Mississippi All-Star team. The Southaven tight end was selected to the team and so far in practice sessions, he has shown nice hands and the ability to find holes in the defense.

Hunter Bull profile

"Things have gone good," said Bull of All-Star practices. "We are more of a spread team at Southaven, so it's been a little different.

"We don't really get down."

Bull appears to be handling the adjustment pretty well and has proven to be a very capable receiver out in the pass pattern for the Mississippi quarterbacks.

Unlike many of his All-Star peers, Hunter is not headed to the major college level immediately.

The north Mississippi standout will take the junior college route first.

"I don't know where I am going to go. I have offers from Northeast (Mississippi) and Coahoma (Community College)," said Bull. "East (Mississippi) and Itawamba have talked to me.

"I just want to play tight end. I just want to find the right school."

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