Robert Hunt is an American football offensive tackle for the Miami Dolphins of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football for the Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns.
Hunt was born in Wiergate, Texas, but when he was a little child, he moved to Fort Worth, also in the state of Texas, with his family.
His family relocated back to the Wiergate neighborhood for a short time before evacuating to Fort Worth in the wake of Hurricane Rita. His family then relocated back to the Wiergate neighborhood once more, which resulted in a third move back to Fort Worth following the destruction of his family’s home.
After finishing his freshman year at Burkeville High School, Hunt relocated to Newton County to live with his aunt and continued his education there. He was a two-sport athlete for the Mustangs, playing basketball and football.
Hunt chose to go with Louisiana to play collegiate football despite having an offer to play from Houston.
How Good Is Robert Hunt?
When he caught what appeared to be a touchdown pass with 13 minutes left in the fourth quarter of Miami’s eventual 22-10 upset victory over Baltimore, Miami offensive lineman Robert Hunt displayed impressive athleticism given his size — 6 feet 6 inches tall and 327 pounds — as well as tremendous awareness. The game ended with Miami winning 22-10.
In the end, the score was overturned because it was determined that Hunt was an ineligible receiver since he had improperly touched the screen pass that was thrown by Tua Tagovailoa.