Jonny started out his career with Falkirk Fury, and was a prominent member of the Scotland cadet men’s team in his youth, winning the European C Championship in Gibraltar in the summer of 2008, and was voted into the event’s All Star Five line-up.
Bunyan also went on to represent Great Britain at under-20 level.
After spending a year in the USA Kimball Union Prep School in New England, USA, the point-guard signed for Glasgow Rocks back in 2011 at the age of 19.
Since then Jonny has gone on to become an integral part of Glasgow Rocks, racking up over 150 appearances for the Scottish side and is the current longest serving player.
He came into the fore towards the end of season 2015/16, JB will be looking to build on a year where he averaged over 8 points a game with a field goal percentage of 44.7%.
Bunyan will be hoping to emulate his brother Keith by lifting silverware with the club, who won the BBL play-offs with the Scottish Rocks back in 2003.
The guard has come close on numerous occasions, a runner up in the BBL Trophy back In 2013/14, and also a BBL Cup runner-up in 2014/15 and 2016/17 seasons.