Safety Money Hunter (Prosper, Texas/Prosper) is focused on his hight school season, but he admitted Sunday that he also is looking forward to his two scheduled official visits.
Hunter, the brother and teammate of ESPN 150 receiver Torii Hunter Jr., said he will visit West Virginia the weekend of Sept. 28, when the Mountaineers host Baylor. He also said he will visit Utah the weekend of Nov. 16, when the Utes host Arizona.
Hunter, a 6-foot-1, 190-pound defensive back, has made unofficial visits to both schools and has offer from them, as well as SMU. No other officials currently have been set.
“I just want to see how things really are on Saturdays,” Hunter said of West Virginia and Utah. “I want to see how the fans act and mostly see how the teams play.”
In addition to the schools that have offered, Hunter received earlier interest from TCU, Kansas and Rice. Hunter is looking forward to the officials, but his primary focus is helping Prosper transition from Texas Class 3A to Class 4A football with as few errors as possible. Hunter helped Prosper defeat Keller 39-21 on Friday.
“Our main goal right now is basically state,” Hunter said. “We’re looking to be district champions and then go to state. We want to go undefeated.”