At 6'6" and 210 pounds, Bunting's height is noticeable immediately on the hoof. He towers over his competition, has long arms and could pass for a receiver.
He can work as a traditional in-line tight end, be flexed out to the slot or line up on the perimeter. Bunting has surprising quickness at the snap, as he can get upfield quickly with good speed. He appears to be a disciplined route-runner who understands the importance of pre-snap positioning and alignment.
Bunting has solid quickness for a tall player coming out of his breaks. His hands and ball skills are his best assets, as he's a natural receiver of the football. Bunting snatches passes with his mitts, can catch in crowds and can be considered open when he's covered due to his size, length and ability to go up and attack a ball at its highest point.
He has galloping speed in the open field after the catch.
As a blocker, he's more of a wall-off type who can adequately shield. He shows some toughness at the point of attack, gives good effort and can hit a target on the move on the second and third levels.