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  • Kareem Hunt Madden 20 Player Profile

     Kurl62 updated 3 weeks, 5 days ago 4 Members · 4 Posts
  • T4G

    October 21, 2019 at 8:36 PM

    T4G’s Complete Kareem Hunt Profile

    We, T4G, created all of the information below in a Real-Life Roster in Online Mode. Some information can be used in a fantasy draft, however, the trade and contract will be different. For users who are in Offline Mode, most information will be relevant. However, the trade may be slightly different.

    Player Name/Position/Size: Kareem Hunt, Halfback (HB), 5’11” 216.

    Development/X-Factor Ability: Star.

    X-Factor Activation Tips: N/A.

    Overall(s): Preseason Rosters 90/ Updated Rosters 90.

    Kareem Hunt’s Archetype: Hunt is tied with a Power back and Elusive back at 90. He is a terrible receiving back at 80.

    Kareem Hunt’s Scheme Fit(s): Anything with a Power back or Elusive back scheme he will do fine. If moved to a FB he can be used with any scheme that works with Utility FBs.

    Kareem Hunt’s Position Switches: If you plan on using him anywhere else, the only position we would recommend would be a fullback as he is an 82 overall FB (Utility). However, his best talents are used as a HB.

    Trait Grade: A+. Has everything you would want in traits aside from a higher development.

    Average Overall after 3 years with standard XP settings: 93 Overall. He also became an X-Factor development at times in leagues before as well.

    Average Regression Age: 31/32.

    Average Retire Age: 34/35.

    Kareem Hunt’s Jersey Sales Grade: B.

    Realistic Trade Value (User to User): No CSP needed for him since his contract has no guarantees. However, there needs to be a small bonus for him being so cheap for this year, maybe a 3rd or 4th rounder of next year. His trade value with his contract, traits, and everything else would be a 1st round pick of this year and a 4th of next year. We would not suggest going any higher.

    How to Trade for Kareem Hunt: Hunt can sometimes be found on the Free Agency (FA) signing period in the offseason after the first year because the Browns do not always resign him. The Stack and Release (SAR) method may only be the possible way you can get him when trading with the CPU. To do our SAR method you have to be in the regular season. You will also need to be in a 53/53 man roster. Pick up 6 HBs – who are not injured, of course – from the FA and pick up 3 ROLBs. You are going to trade them 3 HBs for a late-round pick, then the 3 ROLBS, and, lastly, trade them the 3 last HB’s you have. They then should release Kareem Hunt to the FA.

    Kareem Hunt’s Trade Away Value: His contract is not a problem to trade him away so use him to get a 1st and 3rd round pick of next year. Who knows, he still may not sign and you will be able to pick him up in the Free Agency signing period in the offseason. Keep in mind that it may benefit you to trade him away for the chance to get him back.

    Contract Grade: A+.

    Contract: Length – 1yr, Remaining 1yr, Total – $1.02M, Savings – $1.02M, Penalty – $0.

    Contract Guide: Do not spend any of his XP so he stays as cheap as possible until you resign him. He will typically ask for around a 5 year deal for $50M, a $29M Salary and a $20M Signing Bonus. Sometimes you can get Kareem Hunt for a 7-year deal if he is already in the FA and no teams have offered him a contract. If you want to make sure you sign him and he is already on your team as the Browns or if you used the SAR, then you want to negotiate at the end of the year and not during the year. Offer him a 5-year deal for $6.1M Salary, and a $4.34M Signing Bonus for a total of $52M. This is not a bad contract and he tends to accept it. Trade him after this contract is up because he tends to regress around 31/32.

    Kareem Hunt’s Upgrade Guide: This is more up to your playstyle because he is equal in both Power and Elusive schemes. If you want a guy with more speed that has power just stick with Elusive Back for awhile. Hunt is strong at a Power Back already so making a Power Back more Elusive is not a bad thing.

    Kareem Hunt Gameplay Tips: The only area he struggles in is a receiving back. He is a Power Back and an Elusive Back mix so utilize him on everything but catching the ball. He can be used on Screens with ease, though. Also, remember he has an 83 Elusiveness, which is very impressive for a guy with such power so you are not stuck in the mud.

    Kareem Hunt’s Rebuild Grade: A+. He can change a franchise, he is a player that can be obtained easily with the SAR and can be used to trade for good players and/or picks. The upside of getting Kareem Hunt is huge and he scores very high on our MPPs.

    Kareem Hunt’s MUT Cards:

    Kareem Hunt’s Core Elite Card Price: Current Bid: 21,800 Buy Now: 21,850

    Kareem Hunt’s Power Up Card Price: Current Bid: 2,500 Buy Now: 2,650

  • ThePrice

    October 21, 2019 at 11:50 PM

    Hands down the best Madden content creators! 

  • I am so Woke

    October 21, 2019 at 11:53 PM

    How big will this list be for HBs?

  • Kurl62

    October 22, 2019 at 7:53 AM

    love the contract part of it the most

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