The 6-foot-2, 195-pound senior shortstop and right-handed pitcher had led the Falcons to an 18-3 record at the time of his selection. Hungate owned an 8-0 record with a 1.30 earned run average in 37.2 innings pitched, striking out 57 batters and walking 19 through 21 games. At the plate, Hungate had posted a .552 batting average with eight doubles, four home runs, 34 runs and 35 runs batted in. He had also drawn 23 walks for a .708 on-base percentage along with a .897 slugging percentage.
Hungate has maintained a 3.93 GPA in the classroom. He has signed a national letter of intent to play baseball on scholarship at Florida State University this fall.
An avid painter and sculptor, Hungate has volunteered locally as a youth baseball coach, and he has donated his time as part of multiple community-service initiatives through the Washington County Community Scholars program.