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2010 Intro: Fre'Shad Hunter

2010 Intro: Fre'Shad Hunter

CARY, N.C. --- After a respectable sophomore season, Fre'Shad Hunter transformed into a game-changing defender. Much of the credit goes to the move from linebacker to defensive end.

"I exploded my first year at D-end," Hunter said. "At linebacker when I lined up and played, there's a lot more thinking. When you line up at defensive end, it's just you and that man going every play seeing who's the bigger man. Getting to the quarterback, that's what I like to do." Hunter, a 6-foot-3, 250-pounder, began his prep career as a linebacker. During Cary High's 2006 playoff run... Recommended Stories

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