Hunt told SEN Radio he has plans to cross codes and become a punter in the NFL after his AFL career ends this weekend.
Greater Western Sydney Giants defender Josh Hunt will play his last AFL game on the weekend, however his career is a professional footballer may not be over.
The 32-year-old to SEN Radio on Wednesday morning he has plans to have a go at making it as a punter in the NFL.
“Obviously when the dust settles on my AFL career that is something I’m definitely going to have a massive crack at,” Hunt told the Morning Glory program.
“It’s something that has been spoken about and that I have been working on for a couple of years with ex-teammate Ben Graham.
“We have a bit of a plan so I’ll catch up with him at some stage.”
The ex-Geelong player has become known for his booming left foot and thinks he has what it takes to be the next Australian to make the grade in the NFL, but concedes he needs more practice to become more consistent.
“I can get around five seconds (hang time) but it’s being able to do that all the time that is the hard thing.”