- DOB – 02/13/1985
- Birthplace – New Brunswick, NJ
- Residence – Sayreville, NJ
- Height – 6’2
- Weight – 215 lbs.
- Position(s) – WR/QB/P
- Turned Pro – 2008
Former Fairleigh Dickinson University record-breaking quarterback and punter turned wide receiver, Dan Huff has dedicated his life to the game of football. A passionate young man with tremendous fortitude, Dan is establishing himself as a professional athlete, an entrepreneur and a philanthropist.
Born February 13, 1985 in New Brunswick, New Jersey, Dan’s love for the game of football was apparent when he began playing at the age of eleven. A graduate of Sayreville War Memorial High School where he lettered 3 years as a quarterback and punter, Dan went on the pursue a degree in entrepreneurship at the Silberman College of Business at FDU. After graduating and leaving his mark on the record books as the most prolific passer in FDU history, as well as receiving regional and national honors as both a quarterback and a punter, Dan continued to pursue his dream of playing in the National Football League. Most recently playing with the Trenton Steel of the Southern Indoor Football League where he was named 1st Team All-SIFL, Dan continues his remarkable journey climbing the ranks of professional football.