Hunter Howden


Lumberton, Texas

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 291

Offensive Guard



Cell & Molecular Biology

Hunter Howden

2009: Played in five games as a true freshman, including starts at left guard against McNeese State (9/26) and at Army (10/3)...also saw action against BYU (9/12), Marshall (10/10) and Houston (10/17) a starter, helped the team average 165.5 rushing yards and 194.0 passing yards per game...helped pave the way for teammate André Anderson's 199-yard rushing effort vs McNeese State.

High School: Two-year letterman at Lumberton High for coach Alvin Credeur...named two-star recruit by and lead the Raiders to district titles and state playoff appearances both years, including the 2007 season when LHS was named Army 4A Team of the Year...named honorable-mention Associated Press Sports Editors all-state, first-team All-District 20-4A and first-team All-Southeast Texas as a senior after posting a team-best 82 pancake blocks...named Player To Watch by Dave Campbell's and Beaumont Enterprise and was voted team captain as a a junior, named second-team all-state, second-team All-District 22-4A, and first-team all-area after helping lead the Raiders to their first state playoff appearance in the 41-year history of the school...also earned three letters in baseball, two in track and field and one in the field, was a member of Heath Occupations Students of America and the Spanish Club.

Personal: Born Hunter Cole Howden on Aug. 23, 1990, in Conroe, Texas...son of Jim and Darlene Howden...has two brothers, Chase and Carter...uncles, Dick and Pat Schilhab, played tight end and guard at Texas Tech and Lamar, respectively...majoring in cell and molecular biology.


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