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Watch a Justin Hunter highlight reel and you'll assume he's the top receiver in the 2013 Draft class and, based purely on raw talent, he is just that.
But Hunter's junior year was marred by lazy route running, drops and an overall apathetic approach to the game. At times, he played like he just didn't care. When athletes struggle with motivation when playing for free, they rarely turn things around when the sport becomes a full-time job.
So while Hunter clearly has the tools to make an A.J. Green-like impact at the next level, he will have to answer some difficult questions about his inconsistent performance in order get his draft stock trending in a positive direction once again.