Kaleb Hunter has been a Raleigh native that has slowly been picking up steam on the national level.

Hunter has been playing on the national level for Team United 16U and the 6-4, 185 guard can play multiple positions on the court.

Right now, Hunter has offers from UNC-Greensboro, Charlotte, East Carolina, and Old Dominion, and sthey are certainly intrigued that this talented prospect can really play the 1 through for position on the floor.

He has the ability to control and lead the team at the point guard level, while playing showing his ability to stretch the floor with his shot making ability. He also has the length to compete and play at the four position and really stretch the floor for his team.

Hunter hasn’t only produced for Team United, but his play has really caught the eye of college programs, as he has also particiapted at the Charlotte Elite Camp, Wake Forest Elite Camp, and the Lawson-Oladipo All-American Camp.

He will be attending Neuse Christian next season, after playing at North Raleigh Christian Academy last season. But if you haven’t seen this young man play, there is a reason he is ranked #4 in the 2017 North Carolina rankings by Phenom Hoops and with his play this weekend, several more offers could be heading his way.

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