March 14, 1917|
New Castle, Indiana
|Died||May 15, 1983
|Listed height||6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)|
|High school||New Castle (New Castle, Indiana)|
|1940–1941||Akron Goodyear Wingfoots|
|Career highlights and awards|
A 6'2" forward, Huffman starred at New Castle High School in Indiana, where he started every game for four years. He then played collegiately at Indiana University, leading the Hoosiers to the 1940 NCAA Championship. After scoring a team-high 12 points in the deciding game over the University of Kansas, Huffman received the second-ever NCAA Basketball Tournament Most Outstanding Player award and earned Converse First Team All-American honors.
Huffman later had a brief professional career with the Akron Wingfoots of the National Basketball League, a forerunner to the NBA. During the 1940-41 NBL season, he averaged 5.1 points in 22 games.
- Known Deceased Basketball Individuals, Association for Professional Basketball Research.
- BBALLsports.com Sports Statistics Database.
- Indiana Hoosiers Hall of Fame Archived 2009-11-25 at the Wayback Machine. profile.
- Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame profile.
- Hiner, Jason (2013). Indiana University Basketball Encyclopedia. Retrieved April 16, 2017.
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