AT GEORGIA STATE:
Talented three-star son of head coach Ron Hunter who earned numerous conference and national awards in his first two seasons . . . Versatile shooting guard with tremendous range and very good ball handling skills . . . Has very good leaping ability and has shown the ability to defend players at multiple positions.
In first two seasons, earned all-conference first team honors twice, was a freshman of the year and player of the year . . . Has earned AP All-America recognition and was a freshmen all-american.
Became the 18th Panther to reach 1,000 career points, doing it in just 55 games, second quickest in program history . . . Finished first two years with 1,131 points to stand 13th in program history, just 384 points shy of the all-time school mark . . . Has currently made 83.4-percent of his free throws, the second best career mark in program history . . . Ranks fourth on the all-time 3-point field goals list with 173 and with 453 attempts . . . His 116 steals in just two seasons ranks No. 9 in program history.
Named AP All-America honorable mention, just the third Panther in program history to accomplish the feat . . . Earned Sun Belt Player of the Year and All-Sun Belt First Team honors along with Sun Belt All-Tournament Team honors . . . Named Atlanta Tip-off Club Georgia College Player of the Year . . . Earned NABC All-District 24 First Team honors . . . Was a finalist for the Lou Henson Award given to the top mid-major player in the country . . . Named Sun Belt Player of the Week on Jan. 6 and Jan. 20 . . . Nominee for Allstate NABC Good Works Team . . . Named to the All-Sun Belt Preseason First Team.
Averaged 18.4 points, scoring 604 for the season, tied for the fourth most in a single-season in program history . . . Became the first Panther to make 100 3-pointers in a season . . . Set the single-season mark by hitting 88.2-percent from the free throw line, going 142 of 161 . . . Recorded 63 steals, tied for third most in a season in school history . . . Knocked down 39.5-percent from 3-point range, the tenth best single-season mark in program history . . . Made 142 free throws, the fourth most in a single-season . . . Made a school-record 38-straight free throws, including a school-record 13-of-13 game against South Alabama . . . Also had a streak of 18 straight free throws that is among the ten-best streaks in program history.
Ranked No. 17 in the NCAA and No. 1 in the Sun Belt with a 88.2 free throw percentage . . . Was No. 75 in the nation and No. 4 in the Sun Belt in scoring, averaging 18.3 points per game . . . Ranked No. 22 in the NCAA and No. 3 in the Sun Belt making 3.03 3-pointers per game . . . No. 39 in the nation and No. 6 in the Sun Belt in 3-point percentage . . . 100 3-pointers made was No. 16 in the NCAA . . . Ranked No. 2 in the Sun Belt and No. 49 in the nation with 63 steals . . . Led the team in scoring 13 times.
Scored a career-high 41 points, fourth most in program history against USTA on Dec. 22, making a school-record 12 3-pointers. The 12 3-pointers were also the most in the country during the year and set a Sun Belt Conference record . . . Scored 30 points, hitting five 3-pointers and going 13-of-13 at the line against South Alabama . . . Finished with 21 points and seven rebounds at Vanderbilt . . . Scored 20 points and added seven steals, just one off the school record in the Sun Belt opener against Troy . . . Hit the game-winning shot with 11.1 seconds to play against Arkansas State, finishing with 23 points and six rebounds . . . Scored 33 points, including 29 in the second half, going 5-of-7 from 3-point range and 12-of-14 from the line against UL Lafayatte . . . Scored 31 points including a huge 3-pointer with seven seconds left at UT Arlington to send the game to overtime . . . Scored 18 points and tied a season-high with eight rebounds, going 9-of-10 from the free throw line at Texas State.
Earned Kyle Macy Freshman All-America honors after becoming the most prolific freshman scorer in school history, finishing the year with a record 527 points (17.0 avg.) . . . Earned CAA Rookie of the Year, All-CAA First Team and CAA All-Rookie Team honors following a season when he was named CAA Rookie of the Week six times, CAA Player of the Week once and earned Lou Henson National Player of the Week honors on Feb. 4 . . . Finished the season as one of just three freshmen in the country to average at least 17.0 points and 5.0 rebounds per game . . . Led all CAA freshmen in scoring and rebounding . . . Scored a season-high 38 points, the seventh most in school history, on a then school-record 10-of-15 3-pointers against Old Dominion, scoring 19 straight Panther points . . . Finished sixth in the CAA in scoring (17.0), which was also 84th in the NCAA, fifth in three-point percentage (36.5), third in 3-pointers made (2.4) and fifth in steals (1.7).
Scored 20 or more points 12 times during the season, leading GSU in scoring 15 times . . . Garnered a double-double with 14 points and 10 rebounds in his collegiate debut against No. 8 Duke . . . Scored 25 points, hitting 6-of-7 free throws and grabbed six rebounds against South Alabama . . . Finished with 24 points, including 20 in the first half against Southern Miss, making 6-of-12 3-pointers . . . Scored 27 points, including four 3-pointers at Towson, with a game-saving blocked shot with less than two seconds remaining in the game . . . Scored 19 points with a career-high six assists against UNCW as his 15 straight made three throw streak came to end . . . Scored 27 points at first place Northeastern, going 10-of-18 from the floor and hitting five 3-pointers, while adding a game-saving block with less than 20 seconds remaining . . . Finished with 26 points at UNCW, scoring 20 in the first half, hitting all five 3-point attempts the took, at one point scoring 13 straight GSU points . . . Scored 25 points on 10-of-19 shooting at George Mason, leading GSU to its first victory at the Patriot Center.
Led Pike High School to a runner-up finish in the Indiana State Championships . . . During his senior season, averaged 20.5 points, 6.6 rebounds, 3.8 assists and 2.9 steals per game, while earning All-Marion County First Team recognition . . . Named conference player of the year as well as an Indiana All-Star, playing in both the Indiana Senior/Junior Game and the Indiana/Kentucky High School Classic . . . Shot 50 percent from the floor, 41 precent from three-point range and 85 percent from the free throw line during his final season . . . Scored 35 points in just three quarters against Beech Grove . . . During his career, he was a part of three sectional title teams, one regional championship and one semi-state championship.
Earned Dean’s List honors following his junior season.
Full name is Ronald Jordan Hunter . . . Born on Oct. 24, 1993 in Oxford, Ohio . . . Parents are Ron and Amy Hunter . . . Currently majoring in psychology . . . His godfather is Ron Harper, who played with his dad at Miami (Ohio) before going on to a 15-year NBA career in which he won five NBA titles, three with the Chicago Bulls and two with the Los Angeles Lakers.