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.
During his first year as a true freshman, Hunt did not play. After the spring practice, he was given the starting position at left guard for the Ragin’ Cajuns and went on to start all 13 of the team’s games as a redshirt freshman.
During his redshirt sophomore season, Hunt started 11 games (nine at left guard and two at left tackle), but he was suspended for one game and did not play.
As a redshirt junior, Hunt started all 14 games for the Ragin’ Cajuns and was named to the second team of the All-Sun Belt Conference. As a redshirt senior, Hunt suffered a groin injury that limited his playing time to only seven games, but he was still named to the first team of All-Sun Belt.
Due to his injuries, he was unable to participate in the 2020 Senior Bowl despite having received an invitation to do so.
What Happened to Robert Hunt?
Hunt is set to continue his role as the starting quarterback for the Dolphins as he enters his third season in the National Football League. To a certain extent, he has achieved his goals.
Because of his participation in a moment that went viral a year ago, fans regard him as one of the top returning offensive linemen on the squad. He is also 26 years old and worth multiple millions of dollars.
Following his selection by the Dolphins in the second round of the 2020 NFL Draft, Hunt started 11 games for the Dolphins as a rookie before going on to start all 17 games for the Dolphins in his second season.
Even though it wasn’t his fault, Hunt was forced to play on the offensive line that was ranked last in the league. This was an embarrassing situation for him.