A 19-year scouting veteran, Brandon Hunt joined the Philadelphia Eagles as the team's director of scouting during the 2022 offseason.
Prior to his arrival in Philadelphia, Hunt spent 12 seasons (2010-21) as the pro scouting coordinator for the Pittsburgh Steelers. In that role, he was responsible for scouting the Steelers' opponents and evaluating pro players. Furthermore, Hunt was selected to attend the NFL Career Development Symposium for front office executives in 2014 and 2018.
From 2007-09, Hunt served as a pro scout with the Houston Texans. In the two years (2005-06) before that, he worked as an intern in the Steelers' scouting department, where he helped with college and pro scouting. He was on board when Pittsburgh won Super Bowl XL in 2005.
Hunt's professional career began as a graduate assistant at Indiana University of Pennsylvania in 2004, and after a year there he was hired by the Steelers to work in their player personnel department.
A four-year starter at guard and center at IUP from 2000-03, Hunt was a team captain as a senior and earned first-team All-PSAC and All-Region honors. He earned his bachelor's degree in management information systems in 2003 and a master's degree in business administration in 2006.
Born in Los Angeles, CA, Hunt was raised in Pittsburgh, where he attended Pine-Richland High School and lettered in football and track.
Hunt and his wife, Shawnika, have two sons, Chayton and Brayden.