Josh Huff Interview
Sr. / Oregon / WR

Updated - 2-20-14

By: Alex Khvatov

 

Alex Khvatov:  Describe your career with the Ducks. 
 
Josh Huff:  It was an up and down career.  My freshman year was a great season.  I wanted to build on that my sophomore year.  I got injured.  It was unfortunate.  I was injured my sophomore and junior year.  It is something that I had to fight through.  I kept working.  Everything paid off my senior year.              
 
Alex Khvatov:  What was it like to play with QB Marcus Mariota?    
 
Josh Huff:  It was a great experience.  We made each other better.  He is just a great person on and off the field.  He is the type of person that you want to surround yourself with.  He is somebody that you want to play with. 
 
 
Alex Khvatov:  Tell us about your first day of practice at the Senior Bowl. 
 
Josh Huff:  It was exciting.  I am around a great group of men.  We have great talent here.  You have to make a name for yourself.
 
 
Alex Khvatov:  What are your strengths?
 
Josh Huff:  I am a versatile athlete.  I don’t play just one position.  I move from the inside to the outside.  You can move me into the backfield and throw me a swing pass.  I am not just one-dimensional. 
 
 
Alex Khvatov:  What are you trying to show scouts this week? 
 
Josh Huff:  I want to show that I am a good route runner.  I can come out of my breaks without stuttering.  I want to show that I can beat man press and that I can catch the ball in traffic. 
 
 
Alex Khvatov:  What is the highlight of your career?    
 
Josh Huff:  The 2012 Rose Bowl.  It is something that will stick with me throughout my lifetime.  It was Oregon’s first Rose Bowl win in 95 years.  It meant a lot to me as a player and as a person. 
 
 
Alex Khvatov:  What are your hobbies? 
 
Josh Huff:  I like to cook.  I like to hang out with my friends. 
 
 
Alex Khvatov:  Finish the sentence, Josh Huff is….
 
Josh Huff:  I am a passionate player.  Off the field, I am a laid back dude.  I like to meet new people and get along with everybody.                        

 


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