Showing plenty of potential early in his career, Hunter overcame a knee injury in training camp to make his CFL debut on Jul 12/14 in Saskatchewan. The talented lineman eventually earned the starting role at left tackle and was enjoying a remarkable run over seven games until suffering a season-ending foot injury on Aug 24 versus Saskatchewan.
2013: Again anchoring the school's offensive line from his left tackle position, Hunter started 11 games and helped lead the way for a new program-record of 36 rushing touchdowns on the year. Allowing just a single sack in two seasons, Hunter achieved the highest playing grades among his teammates on the offensive line and received also received conference kudos as a First-Team All Big South selection. 2012: Making the difficult transition from defensive line to offensive line, Hunter excelled during his second season at Liberty. Starting all 11 games at left tackle, he graded-out as the school's top offensive lineman and did not allow a sack. 2011: After transferring from Virginia where he spent two seasons on the sidelines, Hunter appeared in nine games for Liberty University as a reserve defensive lineman. He registered two defensive tackles and was a significant contributor on special teams.