Big 12 Program Looking at Hunter

Fox Sports Next has the update on Cy Falls defensive tackle Jacobi Hunter from Houston, Texas. He has been busy with track season, but is also looking to get back on the gridiron as a number of college coaches have informed him that they will be looking to see him this spring…

While Houston (TX) Cy Falls defensive tackle Jacobi Hunter looks to take it all the way in the shot put during track season, he has not lost sight of what is going on in his recruitment for football. 

And the truth is, there has not been much activity going on that front. Hunter would like for that to change here soon.

"Nothing much at all is going on. We (Cy Falls team) are about to start spring ball and I have the regional meet in the shot put for track," Hunter said. "But in recruiting, I just have the Baylor offer still. I have no new offers."

But from the tone of his voice, everything is all good. Spring football is here and the 6-foot-2, 315-pound Hunter will be looking to make a name for himself and grab the attention of at least a few more college recruiters.

Then again, he has already been in touch with one that seems close to offering.

"I think that Kansas is coming down this spring. I talk with the coaches some," Hunter said. "I was supposed to go to the spring game, but I had a track meet. The coaches said they want me to go to the camp so they can see me and evaluate me in person. I think that there is some good interest there."

And the feelings are mutual as Hunter said that he is open to the Jayhawks program. But at this point, he is entertaining all who are interested. In addition to Kansas, he said that both Purdue and Texas A&M would be in town as well for the spring.

Hunter, who recorded over 40 tackles and four sacks, is being recruited as a defensive tackle/nose guard.

Ahmard Vital is responsible for Midlands Recruiting, mainly covering prospects in the state of Texas. He joined in 2005 and is the author of the newly released book, Awaken the Baller Within.
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