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Marqueston Huff, Wyoming NFL Draft 1-on-1 Breakdown

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In 2013, Huff earned Second Team All-Mountain West Conference honors in voting by conference head coaches and media as a senior.  He was voted one of four team captains in 2013.  After playing cornerback for Wyoming for his first three seasons, Huff moved to free safety for his senior season.  He ranked No. 3 in the Mountain West and No. 9 in the nation in tackles his senior season, averaging 10.6 tackles per game.  Huff averaged 6.2 solo tackles per game in 2013 to rank No. 2 in the conference and No. 9 in the NCAA in that category.  The other category he ranked nationally in as a senior was fumble recoveries.  Huff recovered two fumbles on the season to tie for No. 4 in the MW and No. 34 in the country.  The native of Texarkana, Texas, led all Mountain West defensive backs in tackles in 2013.  He intercepted two passes his senior season and ended his Wyoming career with six, tying him for 11th in school history in interceptions.  Huff’s 127 tackles in 2013 also tied him for the 11th best single-season total in school history.  In his final regular-season game as a Cowboy, Huff was credited with 20 tackles at Utah State, tying him for the third best single-game performance in Cowboy history. He also earned an invitation to the Senior Bowl.