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That's what happens when you become the 13th high schooler on the cover of good," he says) and Le Bron James.
That's what happens these days, when you're a prodigy with an i Phone, a smile and a 102-mile-an-hour fastball.
When Hunter participated in the Junior Home Run Derby at the MLB All-Star Game in San Diego last July, Boogie was there. "It's only the beginning."Eating a box of orange chicken, Hunter checks Twitter to see what people are saying about the cover.
When the Reds drafted Hunter in June, Boogie was there. "Some dude thinks I look like if Russell Wilson and Tiger Woods had a baby," he says. He checks Snapchat, then Instagram to see how many followers he's gained: 10K, 12.5K, 14K.
During freshman and sophomore years, while Boogie attended Birmingham Community Charter High School in Van Nuys, he caught Hunter's bullpen sessions on the weekends, and they hung out afterward.
“It’s hard to slow down because everything is moving so fast,” he says.
“I have something way bigger going on than all these other people.”But this is no ordinary prospect.
This is "Doc Gooden," says one longtime California scout.
Hunter and his friends prefer Travis Scott, Lil Uzi Vert, the new Kendrick, but as the grill sizzles, Russell's playlist—Maxwell, Erykah Badu, Floetry—dominates the morning air."Hunt, you almost ready?
""Yep."It's a production all right, bringing up a baseball prospect as senior spring gives way to becoming the No.
Hunter and his father, Russell, have established a breakfast program by now: omelette, bacon or sausage (corned beef hash on Wednesdays), strawberries and bananas, plus a power-shake blend of chocolate Muscle Milk and spinach.