Monshadrik Hunter

Monshadrik Hunter Jr, son of All-Star Major League Baseball player Torii Hunter, currently resides in Prosper, Texas with his wife and three teenage children: Darius McClinton-Hunter, Cameron Hunter and Monshadrik Jr.

Money Hunter holds great promise. His acquisition could prove one of the smartest investments our Alouettes have made since free agency market opened up.

Early Life and Education

Monshadrik Hunter was born in Monroe, Louisiana. At an early age he developed an appreciation of football, working tirelessly to enhance his skills. Over time his hard work paid off; eventually receiving a scholarship offer to play at collegiate level.

He currently plays defensive back for the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League, recording 59 defensive tackles, two special team tackles, one sack and two interceptions during 2018.

Hunter and Katrina Hunter have three sons together: Torii Hunter Jr., Darius McClintock-Hunter and Monshadrik “Money” Hunter. Two of his older sons hold football scholarships from Notre Dame and Arkansas State, respectively. Due to long-distance fathering responsibilities he can only see them every so often but last May took time off work so he could watch Prosper High School graduation day for himself!

Professional Career

Hunter has amassed nine Gold Glove awards and two Silver Slugger Awards during his career, in addition to being recognized as an All-Star five times.

Katrina Hunter resides with Torii Hunter and their three sons; Torii Jr. was selected in the 23rd round of MLB draft by Los Angeles Angels; their younger son Monshadrik “Money” Hunter plays defensive back for Montreal Alouettes of Canadian Football League.

Money was an outstanding defensive back for Arkansas State Red Wolves football from 2013-2016. He holds the Sun Belt Conference’s all-time career pick-sixes record, was twice named first team all district, made 59 defensive tackles, had one interception and two pass knockdowns over that span of time.

Achievement and Honors

Hunter has used his fierce competitive drive and natural athletic prowess to become a prominent figure in Canadian football, currently representing Ottawa Redblacks but previously having played with Edmonton Eskimos.

As a Prosper Eagles student, he earned three-year varsity letterman status and two all-district selections during high school. A versatile performer who could handle either offense or defense roles, he helped lead his team to three consecutive playoff appearances.

Hunter employs a Swiss army knife mentality, constantly looking for ways to enhance his game and add new ways of improving. Additionally, he’s an active community activist and philanthropist, as well as being classified as an Enneagram 4 personality type with Five wings (aka 4w5); which means he has a knack for understanding others and has perceptiveness when reading others.

Personal Life

Hunter is a proud parent, with two college football and baseball playing sons who he helped foster through Heart of a Champion – an organization founded by Hunter which helps children build core character traits.

He has since forced several fumbles and sacks during his career and intercepted six passes – currently playing for Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League (CFL).

Hunter and Katrina Hunter have three children together: Torii is currently playing baseball for the Angels while Monshadrik “Money” Hunter currently plays defensive back for Montreal Alouettes of Canadian Football League in Canadian Football League (CFL). He currently resides in Prosper, Texas as a Republican who supported Asa Hutchinson’s campaign as governor while also contributing generously to educational institutions.

Net Worth

Hunter has amassed most of his net worth from his professional baseball playing career and brand endorsements and collaborations.

At the tail-end of his career, he would sign with the Detroit Tigers on a two-year $26 million contract that further increased his earnings. Later, he would return to Minnesota Twins on a one-year $10.5 million deal before retiring from baseball altogether.

Hunter is married to Katrina and has three sons – Torii Jr plays professionally for the Angels while Monshadrik “Money” Hunter currently works with Montreal Alouettes of Canadian Football League.

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