Along with testing your competitiveness, hand/eye skills and route running, your durability is also now tested in order to be a good football recruit.
The Fizz is guessing there is apparently a distinct difference between “durability” and “last longer.”
However, that’s not something any SU recruit, including Jerrard Hunter, may have to worry about considering the amount of time the Orange defense typically spends on the field.
Hunter comes from Washington, D.C. and is known as a “big play threat that can score from anywhere on the field.”
Now there’s something The Fizz hasn’t seen in quite some time (with the exception of Mike Williams).
Clearly the most interesting story about the 6’3″ Hunter, who is listed in the class of ’09 but is still yet to end up with a school, is that he was coached by a woman in high school.
His wide receivers coach plays in the National Women’s Football Association (ya know, the NWFA).
And with her tutelage, Hunter’s high school was third in the district in passing yards and touchdown receptions.
Hunter seems like the big play threat the Orange could use with 4.4 40 speed, great hands and above average height.
Plus, the Orange have often looked like a women’s team on the gridiron. Perfect fit.
And even if he can’t keep up, it’s all good. He can always just open a hookah ba