|Date of birth:||November 30, 1981|
|Place of birth:||Ruston, LA|
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High school careerEdit
In high school, Jack played various positions. He started at wideout and did just as an outstanding job on the defensive side of the ball. He lettered as a sophomore and won various city and state honors in his schools classification,5A.
He signed with LSU and played with the Tigers for four years (2000–03). He started out as a wide receiver in his freshman year, playing in seven games and catching three receptions for 37 yards, and also assisted with a tackle. He caught 3 passes for 37 yards the following year. In 2002, his junior year, Hunt moved over to safety, playing 13 games and starting at five. He started 13 games at strong safety as a senior, recording 48 tackles, 25 assists and making four interceptions for 94 yards, returning two for touchdowns.
Hunt was signed by the Dolphins as a free agent, but played with the Berlin Thunder of the NFL Europe League in the spring. He played seven games with Miami and had one start, while recording 28 tackles. He was waived by the Dolphins on September 3 and signed to the practice squad on September 13 for the final 15 games. Hunt was then signed by Dolphins to their reserve/2006 future contract on January 3, 2006.
Hunt was waived again by the Dolphins on September 2. On October 8, Hunt was signed to the Dolphins' practice squad and then released on October 30. He was re-signed to the practice squad on December 27 and was activated on December 30 in time to play in the season finale at Indianapolis on December 31. On February 14, 2007, Hunt was released by the Dolphins.
2008 - PresentEdit
Hunt is currently seeking his Masters in Business Administration at Tulane University Freeman School of Business. Hunt anticipates graduating with a concentration in Finance in 2010. Married Amelia Carter from baton rouge, LA September 21, 2008
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