Made a favorable impression in his first year of collegiate action with his combination of size and speed ... missed spring practice due to concussion injury, placing him in catch-up mode for playing time at a competitive tight end position entering August camp ... 2001 ... earned Pac-10 All-Freshmen first team honors by The Sporting News in his charter season in Berkeley ... corralled five passes for 46 yards and one touchdown in rookie campaign ... played in all 11 games, starting three of last four contests (vs. Arizona, at Stanford and Rutgers) ... lone TD catch was 14-yarder from Kyle Boller vs. Washington Sept. 29, which gave Cal a short-lived 21-7 first-half lead over the nationally-ranked Huskies ... caught two passes in contests vs. Washington and Arizona.
High School/Personal: Came to Cal as one of the top tight end prospects in the country ... earned SuperPrep All-America honors, while rating as the No. 7 tight end nationally ... also rated as the No. 5 prospect overall in the state of Oregon by SuperPrep ... earned PrepStar All-America honors, ranking as the No. 4 tight end prospect in the West ... finished his senior year with 10 catches for 390 yards and four TDs ... ran a 4.53 shuttle with a 34-inch vertical leap ... benched 185 pounds 18 times ... had 14 catches including 5 TDs as a junior ... parents are Tim Hunter and Rita LeSebvre ... born Nov. 29, 1982.
J. Hunter's Career Statistics
Year Rec Yds Avg TD Long 2001 5 46 9.2 1 17