Ian Bunting, an NFL tight end, represents the Dallas Cowboys in the National Football League. He weighs 117 kg and stands 2.01 m tall. He participated in both offense and defense football while attending Hinsdale Central High School. He hauled in 27 passes for 583 yards and 4 touchdowns in total. He also made 12 tackles and two sacks for the defense.
After high school, he committed to play collegiate football at the University of Michigan, where he represented the Michigan Wolverines. Before making five catches as a rookie in 2015, he redshirted his rookie season. He had five catches once more in 2016, but only one as a junior in 2017.
He took part in 34 games in total for the Michigan Wolverines before transferring to the University of California. He kept playing football, this time with the California Golden Bears of the University of California. In 13 games he participated, four of which he started. After going undrafted in the 2019 NFL Draft, Bunting was signed by the Chicago Bears as an undrafted free agent.
He joined the New York Jets’ practice squad in September 2019 after being signed. In January 2021, the Arizona Cardinals gave him a contract with a future. In September 2021, after signing, Bunting joined the Dallas Cowboys practice squad. He was hurt on August 15, 2022, and he was then put on injured reserve.
Where Did Ian Bunting Attend College And Highschool?
Ian Bunting had his high school education and football career at Hinsdale Central High School. He attended the University of Michigan and the University of California for his college career and education.