Coaches Caravan to Make 17 Stops Over 10 Days in May in Pa. and Mid-Atlantic Region
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Penn State Football Staff Has Extensive Familiarity and Recruiting Ties to Mid-Atlantic, South and East
Charles Huff is in his ninth season of coaching and first at Penn State as the special teams coordinator and running backs coach. Huff was a versatile player and team captain at Hampton University, playing multiple positions on offense, which has greatly assisted him during his college and NFL coaching career. He spent last season at Western Michigan as the running backs coach and helped the unit nearly double its rushing yards from 2012. The Broncos ran for 1,394 yards in 2013 after running for just 735 yards the year before. Huff spent the 2012 season with the Buffalo Bills as assistant running backs coach, helping C.J. Spiller to his first career 1,000-yard rushing campaign and a Pro Bowl invitation. The Bills topped 2,000 rushing yards as a team for the first time in 13 seasons and ranked sixth in the NFL with 2,217 yards in 2012. Huff was a member of James Franklin's 2011 staff at Vanderbilt as the offensive quality control coach and they worked together at Maryland in 2009, when Huff was the assistant offensive line coach. He also worked at Hampton (2010) as the offensive line/running game coordinator. Huff was the tight ends/special teams coach at Tennessee State (2007-08), working with NFL first round draft pick Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie. From Denton, Md., Huff began his coaching career as the Tennessee State offensive line coach in 2006 and also had duties in football operations in 2007-08 at TSU. Huff played tight end, fullback, center and guard at Hampton and was a team captain in 2005, helping the Pirates to an unbeaten regular season.
The Huff File
Hometown - Denton, Md.
2014-current - Penn State (special teams coordinator/running backs)