Hunter made his collegiate debut Saturday at MetLife Stadium against Syracuse, rushing twice for 13 yards and reeling in a touchdown for his first career reception.
Torri Hunter’s collegiate debut was made on Saturday at MetLife Stadium against Syracuse where he rushed twice for 13 yards and ultimately reeled in a touchdown for his first career reception. His 2013 season was completely wiped out after he got his leg broken n high school and he also couldn’t make it to the first three games of this year due to his groin injury. However, this weekend Hunder had finally gotten the chance to prove what he was capable of.
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Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly, described the reshirt freshman receiver as a five-tool player. He said “He's got all those tools that we're excited about getting him healthy. I don't even think he's at 100 percent yet.” According to Kelly, he’s a well-liked guy in the Irish locker room and this explains why he was mobbed by his teammates as soon as he caught the touchdown. We know that Hunter wasn’t able to give his 100% into this game but he still showed some extra input with his quickness and speed that made him a four-star recruit out of high school.
Quarterback Everett Golson seems to be quite happy at the prospect of Hunter getting an opportunity in Notre Dame’s offense and said “Any time you catch a touchdown the first time getting the ball you got something good going on there. I think he’s done a tremendous job just in his rehab and getting back to things like that.”