| Hunter McWilliams
Deep Snapper/Defensive Back
6-2 · 220
Austin, Texas (Westlake)
A two-year walk-on who claimed the Longhorn deep snapping duties as a true freshman in 1999 and continued that role as a sophomore in 2000 ... also served as a reserve defensive back.
Played in all 11 regular-season games ... served as the deep snapper on punts ... registered a solo special teams tackle against No. 10 Oklahoma ... aided Kris Stockton in averaging 38.9 yards per punt and a 36.1 net average.
Played in all 14 games, including the Cotton Bowl ... served as the deep snapper on punts ... posted one special teams tackle at Oklahoma State ... helped Ryan Long average 40 or more yards per punt in eight games and posted five kicks in excess of 50 yards.
Coached by Ron Schroeder at Westlake High ... lettered in football and baseball ... played defensive back.
Born 12/23/80 ... full name is Hunter Lee McWilliams ... majored in education ... his father, David McWilliams, played football for UT (1960-63) ... David also served as an assistant coach from 1970-85 and was head coach at UT from 1987-91 ... his brother, Dennis, also played at Texas (1989-92) ... was a member of the Athletics Director's Honor Roll in the fall of 1999.