Hunt led the Cape in strikeouts the summer after his freshman year, which was in between him starting his college career at Virginia before transferring to Tulane. He carried his Cape success into his sophomore year, although his 6-6 record may tell otherwise thanks to the lack of run support. He continue to strike out more batters than innings pitched. He has had the tendency to walk far too many batters during his collegiate career, although he has consistently pitched in the low to mid-90s with a very good curveball and a solid changeup. Consistently finding his control is the difference between him being a very good number two starting pitcher or a back of the rotation guy, and his success this spring will have a huge impact on whether or not he receives a seven-figure signing bonus.
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