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Hunter possesses the prototypical attributes most NFL teams crave in their wide receivers. The Tennessee product has outstanding size and long arms that make him a big target, and he can also go up to haul in passes. His 39.5-inch vertical jump at the Scouting Combine was tied for the best among wide receivers, and his 136-inch broad jump was second best among all participants. Hunter, who can line up at any of the wide receiver positions, has a quick first step, is a strong route runner and is known for having reliable hands. He accumulated the second-most catches (73) and third-most receiving yards (1,083) in school history in 2012 and was selected to the all-SEC second team. He also had nine touchdown catches. This came after he missed almost all of the previous season after tearing his ACL in the third game. In 2010, he averaged 25.9 yards on his 16 receptions - with seven going for TDs - and was named to the all-SEC freshman team. One of the bigger concerns surrounding Hunter is his durability. He has only made 17 career starts, and just seven of his 18 touchdowns came against SEC opponents - meaning much of his production came against weak competition. That's not going to be enough to keep him from getting drafted, though, as he seems to have all the tools to make it in the NFL and will likely get selected in one of the first two rounds.