A rising 2021 prospect, Cimarron FB/ATH Hunter Renick is putting together a strong junior season for the undefeated Bluejays.
At 6’2, 245-pounds, Renick has rushed for 341 yards on 42 carries and scored three rushing TDs at full back where he excels as a lead blocker. He brings terrific size and strength to the field as well as some versatility, able to impact the game on both sides of the ball.
“I love being physical and another thing is my Football IQ and I really pride myself on that,” he says. “I bring sportsmanship to the table as well, if I’m knocking you down every play I’m always gonna make the effort to pick you up.”
A standout in the weight room, Renick reports a 350-pound squat, 245 bench and 280 clean. A three-sport athlete, Renick also excels on the wrestling mat and in track and field.
“My biggest strength is again my physicality and I can’t stress that enough,” he says. “I’m a downhill runner and can block you too. Something I’m improving is my vision and quickness to the hole.
“I’ve played decent (this season) but I have somethings to work on, I had my first 100+ game and it was a big accomplishment especially being a fullback.”
Renick spent much of the offseason attending various camps, including Kansas State, Butler CC and the Sharp Top Prospect Camp.
“I learned a lot and made some great friends in the state of Kansas,” he said.
Hunter says his father Craig Renick and his uncle Matt Renick have had the biggest influence on his football career to date.
“They taught me how to play the game and how to love being physical,” he says.
Renick currently holds an offer from Butler CC and has drawn interest from Kansas State and North Dakota State. He has taken a visit to Bethel and plans on attending NDSU in November.