An offensive tackle with the Miami Dolphins of the National Football League, Robert Hunt was born on August 25, 1996. (NFL). He is 6 feet 6 inches tall. He was a Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns collegiate football player.
Before relocating to Fort Worth, Texas with his family at an early age, Hunt was born in Wiergate, Texas. After Hurricane Rita, his family briefly relocated back to the Wiergate region before fleeing to Fort Worth, and after his family’s home burned down, they again relocated to the Wiergate area before returning to Fort Worth for good.
Following his first year of high school, Hunt returned to Newton County to live with his aunt. He then enrolled at Burkeville High School. For the Mustangs, he took part in both basketball and football. Despite receiving a bid from Houston, Hunt chose to play collegiate football in Louisiana.
For his actual rookie year, Hunt redshirted. As a redshirt freshman, he started all 13 of the Ragin’ Cajuns’ games after being selected the starting left guard during spring camp.
Hunt started 11 games as a redshirt sophomore (nine at left guard and two at left tackle), missing one due to a suspension. He started at both left guard and left tackle. Hunt was chosen second-team all-conference as a junior redshirt who started all 14 of the Ragin’ Cajuns’ contests. Every Sun Belt Conference
Hunt was a redshirt senior who only participated in seven games because of a groin ailment, but he was nonetheless nominated to the first team of the Sun Belt. Although he received a Senior Bowl invitation for 2020, his injuries prevented him from taking part.
In the second round of the 2020 NFL Draft, Hunt was taken by the Miami Dolphins with the 39th overall choice. In the season-opening game against the New England Patriots on September 13, 2020, Hunt made his NFL debut. On October 11, 2020, with the San Francisco 49ers defeated 43-17, Hunt made his first professional start while lining up at the right tackle.