Danielle Hunter has become one of the NFL’s most dominant defensive linemen, but fellow Vikings defensive end Tashawn Bower, who was also Hunter’s college teammate at Louisiana State, said Hunter’s game has changed in every way as a pro. “At LSU, Danielle was a completely different player,” Bower said. “We had a lot of things that we didn’t know yet until we got here. I think it’s a whole night and day from his college career to his pro career, and for the better.” Hunter played at LSU from 2012 to ’14. He played as a true freshman at age 17 but wasn’t a starter. Bower played for the Tigers from 2013 to ’16. Bower said Hunter was not a player who had many sacks in college. “Not at all, neither of us were,” Bower said. “I think he left college with three or four sacks [44½ sacks in 52 career games]. Now he gets that in like one game.” Hunter is still only 24 years old; he turns 25 on Oct. 29. As a pro, he has 45 sacks, which is tied for the most in NFL history before turning 25 with the Rams’ Robert Quinn. Hunter will have… Read full this story
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