Images from his time at Cincinnati and in the NFL.
2007: Named a consensus all-American ... received first-team Walter Camp Foundation and The Sporting News All-America honors ... named a finalist for the Ray Guy Award, given to the nation's top punter ... led all of college football with his 46.9 yards per punt average ... BIG EAST Conference Special Teams Player of the Year ... all-BIG EAST first-team pick ... Cincinnati's Special Teams Player of the Year Award recipient ... served as the holder for field goals and PAT kicks ... booted 27 punts for 50 yards or more ... totaled 20 punts inside the opposition's 20-yard line, with four downed on the 1-yard line ... averaged better than 50 yards per punt in five separate games ... established a single-game record with a 59.7 yards per punt average on three kicks against Marshall ... received BIG EAST Special Teams Player of the Week honors after averaging 51.5 yards per punt on four punts at Rutgers ... boomed four punts an average of 47.0 yards per punt, with two stopping inside the opposition's 10 yard line, in the Papajohns.com Bowl.
2006: Boomed two punts for a 50.5 yards per punt average in the International Bowl ... named to the BIG EAST all-Academic Team ... Bearcat Honor Roll (Fall 2006, Winter 2007).
2005: Notched five punts for an average of 33.2 yards, having two eff orts stop inside the 20-yard line vs. Eastern Michigan.
2004: Redshirted ... Topcat Honor Roll (Winter 2005) ... Bearcat Academic Honor Roll (Spring 2005) ... C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll (2004-05).
McNicholas High School: Three-time all-league selection for head coach John Rodenburg ... Greater Catholic League's Punter of the Year his junior and senior seasons.
Kevin J. Huber: Born July 16, 1985 ... son of Ed and Kathi Huber.
Academic Major: Finance.
Academic Major: Business.
Single Game Bests: Punts: 4 vs. Eastern Michigan (9/1/05) Punting Yards: 117 vs. Eastern Michigan (9/1/05) Average: 50.5 vs. Western Michigan (1/6/07) Long: 51 vs. Western Michigan (1/6/07) Inside 20: 2 vs. Eastern Michigan (9/1/05)