Fifth-year senior that played in 12 games…finished the season with 25 tackles (11 solo), 0.5 TFL, and a fumble recovery…had a game-sealing interception on Oct. 3 at Wake Forest, the sixth INT of his career…the pick came in the end zone in the waning minutes of the game…started one game at the star position against Miami and recorded a season-high eight tackles…tallied five tackles in the season opener against Texas State and three against Louisville…recovered a fumble on Senior Day against Chattanooga…finished his Florida State career with 128 tackles (86 solo), 3.0 TFLs, 11 PBU, two fumble recoveries and six interceptions…played at cornerback, safety, and star throughout his career…had a knack for game-ending interceptions, as he pulled down three in his career (2012 at Virginia Tech, 2014 at Syracuse and 2015 at Wake Forest).
Rebounded from a career-threatening neck injury suffered early in the 2013 season to start all 14 games in 2014…team leader who was considered the quarterback of the defense from his strong safety position…totaled 65 tackles – sixth-most on the Seminoles…ranked third on the team with seven pass breakups…added 2.5 tackles for loss, one fumble recovery and one interception…set single-game high with 10 tackles at NC State…had six solo stops versus Notre Dame…his interception at Syracuse ended the Orange’s final drive…recovered Clive Walford’s fumble on the Hurricanes’ first play from scrimmage during FSU’s win at Miami…made multiple tackles in 13 games…opened the season with six stops against Oklahoma State…made five tackles versus Clemson, Wake Forest, Louisville and Miami…capped the season by making five tackles against Oregon in the Rose Bowl.
Missed final 11 games of the season with a neck injury…started the first three games of the year at safety…posted a new career high with five tackles in the season opener against Pitt…returned an interception 27 yards and had two pass break-ups against Nevada.
Nickelback who played in all 14 games and made three starts…starts came against Boston College, Duke and Florida…tied with All-ACC first team defensive back Xavier Rhodes for the team lead with three interceptions…tied for eighth in the ACC in interceptions…had a monster game in FSU’s road win on a Thursday night at Virginia Tech recording four tackles and two interceptions, including one that sealed the win for FSU…first Seminole to pick off two passes in a game since Greg Reid did it versus Virginia in 2010…Hunter’s first career interception came against Miami in another big Seminole ACC road win…returned his interception against the Canes for 37 yards, the second longest interception return by a Seminole on the year…second on the team behind Rhodes for tackles by a cornerback despite making just three starts…also returned eight punts on the season and averaged 15.8 yards per return…posted a career-high five punt returns for 122 yards against Duke which included a 75-yard return for a touchdown, which was the first of his career and tied for the ninth longest at FSU.
Played in 11 games primarily on special teams as a true freshman…tallied three tackles, one each against ULM, Charleston Southern and Boston College.
Was fourth member of the Lowndes County High School football team to commit to Florida State in two-year span, joining Greg Reid, Gerald Demps and Telvin Smith…ranked No. 116 in the ESPNU 150 and the No. 10 safety…rated the No. 33 safety by Rivals.com and the No. 43 safety by Scout.com…earned a three-star rating from 247Sports…No. 39 on the SuperPrep Georgia 83…No. 34 on the Atlanta Journal Constitution’s Top 50 Recruits…his father, Brice Hunter, was a receiver and a University of Georgia legend before his untimely death in 2004…the elder Hunter was the Bulldogs’ top receiver in the early 1990s and still ranks among the school’s career leaders in several offensive categories…he played for highly-respected Lowndes County coach Randy McPherson…Hunter has run a 4.50 40 and boasts a 4.33 shuttle time…he chose the Seminoles over offers from Florida, Louisville, Mississippi State and Tennessee…born March 24, 1993…majoring in social science.