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Orange (VA) star Quintin Hunter is one of Virginia’s most versatile recruits, having starred at defensive back, wide receiver and, for the past two years, quarterback for the Hornets varsity football squad. The 6-2, 190-pound senior earned first-team AP all-state honors in 2008 for his play as a defensive back, but he projects as a quarterback/wide receiver for the Cavaliers. He led Orange to a 7-3 regular season record this season.
A two-sport star, Hunter has helped the Orange varsity basketball squad to a 7-5 record so far this season. He scored 32 points in a loss to Courtland (which features top Duke recruit Josh Hairston ) last week.
POSTSEASON Q&A with Quintin Hunter
TheSabre.com: What position do you play in basketball?
Quintin Hunter : “My main position is the three. I think my strongest point is my shooting. I’m a good mid-range shooter and I’m good at attacking the basket.”
TheSabre.com: Do your football skills help you on the basketball court?
Quintin Hunter : “Sometimes I forget I’m on the court (laughs). I might take too much of my talent from the football field onto the basketball court. Most assists remind me of being a quarterback. Football also helps me be big on the boards and on defense.”
TheSabre.com: Have you always been a football guy, or are you a basketball guy?
Quintin Hunter : “I hate to say it, but basketball has always been my true sport. That is the sport I started in,...
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