1. Hunter Rioux

    Height: 5" 11' | Weight: 170lbs

    Class of 2023 | TX

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      Offers: Sul Ross State, U of Incarnate Word*

    Kohl's Comments

    At the Senior Challenge in January of 2023 Rioux did well. He showed he could compete against other top 2023 and transfer players. Rioux graded out at the 4.5 star level at the event. Rioux made 6 of 10 field goals and 104.45 points on kick-offs. Rioux has the leg to play in college and is still looking for a home!

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    Hunter is unique from most kickers in that he is recently new to kicking compared to most kickers. Therefore he hasn't attended these national camps like most. He has been a multisport athlete encouraged by his parents who were both Div I Athletes in Texas. He has played Baseball, Junior Golf, High School Tennis, High School Lacrosse, and then football. One of Hunters defining moments was in his 2nd year of H.S. Tennis when he got frustrated with what seemed to be changing rules from leadership during the pre-season varsity tryouts as a varsity player, so he decided to walk on the Lake Travis Football team as a kicker. He is a very athletic kicker, as you will see with his onside kick recovery, and with all his growth and success ahead of him.

    Awards & Honors

    • All District - 2021
    • All District - 2022
    • Dave Campbells Player of the Week - Week 13
    • In and out Scholar Athlete of the Week Award - Westlake Game
    • FLX ATX Finalist
    • Academic All State
    • Lake Travis Special Teams Player of the Week 8X
    • Special Teams MVP - 2021
    • Special Teams MVP - 2022
    • Varsity Tennis Letter Award - 2020-2021
    • Varsity Lacross - 2021
    • Jon Wayne Player of the Game - Week 13 vs. Cibilo Steele


    • GPA: 3.60

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