The Seattle Seahawks selected Joey Hunt in the sixth round in 2016. When the Seahawks took Hunt, he was projected to be in competition to start at center because at that point, Justin Britt was still known as a guard. Draft profiles read like this: BOTTOM LINE Technically sound, three-year starter who plays with confidence and consistency. Hunt lacks the size and length that teams look for from draftable centers, but his football IQ, consistency and functional strength give him a shot. Analysis: Hunt gets the most from his ability and plays smart, intense football which could help him catch on as a backup in the NFL. Hunt is very undersized at 6-2, 295 pounds and he'll certainly be scheme-limited.