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Chad Hunte

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Brookline, Mass.

High School:
Brookline

Last College:
Northeastern

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 212

Position:
LB

Birthdate:
02/14/1991


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General:Eligible to play three seasons at UMass after a true freshman campaign at Northeastern.

As a Junior in 2011: Game-By-Game Statistics

As a sophomore in 2010:
As a Freshman in 2009 at Northeastern: Appeared in all 11 games for Northeastern in 2009, totaling 32 tackles (18 solo) ... Had two solo tackles in a win at Rhode Island (11/21) ... Returned his first career interception 51 yards for a touchdown against Massachusetts (11/7) ... Tallied two tackles against Holy Cross (10/2) ... Recorded four tackles against Villanova (9/26).

Before College: Played three years of varsity football at Brookline High under head coach and former Northeastern football letterman Laz Mitjans (1979-82) ... Captained the team his senior season ... Named All-Bay State first team, team MVP and defensive team MVP ... Also wrestled and played basketball for one season.

Personal: Born Feb. 14, 1991 ... Father, Alan, lettered in football at Northeastern from 1978-81 ... Has two brothers, Kyle, who was also a member of the Northeastern football team and AJ, who wrestles at Pittsburgh ... Was a member of the African American Scholars program at Brookline High ... Currently undecided in his major.

TACKLESguaatotaltflpdfffrblk
2010 11 6 8 14 1.0 1 0 0 0
2011 11 37 21 58 2.0 0 0 0 0
TOTAL 22 43 29 72 3.0 1 0 0 0


SACKS g ua a total yards
2010 11 1 0 1.0 13
2011 11 0 0 0.0 0
TOTAL 22 1 0 1.0 13


SINGLE-GAME HIGHS:
Tackles: 8, at Old Dominion, Oct 01, 2011 (4-4)
Sacks: 1.0, at Towson, Oct 02, 2010 (1-0)
Tackles for loss: 1.0, James Madison, Nov 19, 2011 (1-0); at Towson, Oct 02, 2010 (1-0); at Boston College, Sep 24, 2011 (1-0)
Pass breakups: 1, Holy Cross, Sep 11, 2010

1. What was it like playing youth and/or high school football in your home town?
It was exciting playing with my friends for four years.

2. What is your favorite memory growing up in your home town?
Game days, nothing beats that.

3. What is it like playing college football?
Its a lot of fun, the atmosphere of college football is unreal.

4. What were your thoughts when you learned that the rivalry, dubbed the Colonial Clash, would move to Gillette Stadium?
It shows the respect that people have of this rivalry as it's the first college game played in Gillette.

5. What advice would you give young players who have aspirations of playing college football?
Keep working hard to follow your dream.

6. What do you enjoy the most of your college experience?
Hanging out with my teammates.

7. What do you plan to do upon graduating from college?
I plan on working for a business company

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