Chris Morrison-US PRESSWIRE
At 5'11", 200 lbs, Josh Huff had a mixed year in 2011. As a sophomore, Huff, from Houston, Texas, started 10 games for the Ducks and appeared in 12 games.
Slowed by a stress fracture in his left leg, Huff missed the first two games of the season and was not 100 percent healthy during the entire year. He says the leg has bothered him since high school. Even with the injury, Huff was the third leading Ducks receiver in catches (31), and the fourth in number of yards (430).
Huff had a great game in the Pac-12 Championship against UCLA, catching four balls for 57 yards and returning three kickoffs for 94 yards, including one beautiful 40-yard return. He also had five receptions in the loss to USC.
My favorite Josh Huff play of last year came on a 59-yard TD reception in the win at Stanford. It was perfect.
In 2010, Huff was the only true freshman to play on offense for the Ducks. He played in all 13 games and started two of them. Huff had good highlights as a freshman, including an 85-yard TD run against Arizona that changed the game.
All stats are from Huff's official bio at GoDucks.com.