Athletics


Coach Info
Name Phone Email
High School Jason Tacderan
Athlete
PYARDS PENALTIES FUM LOST FUM
Career 20 2 5 5
Season - - 5 5
defense
TDS TACKLES TACKLE ASSISTS SAF SACKS SACK YDS PUNTS BLKD PASS BLKD LNG INT INT YDS INT FUM REC FRC FUM FGS BLKD
Career 2 40 14 - 1 - - - - 133 4 4 - 2
Season - 17 4 - 1 - - - - - 2 - - -
kicking
X PTS MD X PTS BLKD X PTS ATT X PTS % TBS LNG KICK LNG FG KOS KO YDS KICK PTS FGS MD FGS ATT FG % BLKD FGS
Career 3 - 3 - - - - - - - - - - -
Season 3 - 3 - - - - - - - - - - -
punting
PUNTS TB % PUNTS TB PUNTS IN 20 % PUNTS IN 20 PUNTS F CAUGHT PUNTS PUNT YDS PUNT YD AVG LNG PUNT BLKD PNTS
Career - - - - - - - - - -
Season - - - - - 2 66 33.00 43 -
receiving
REC YDS REC YD AVG REC TDS REC ATT REC LNG REC
Career 565 - 5 27 26 78
Season 285 25.50 1 15 15 69
rushing
RUSH YDS RUSH YD AVG RUSH TDS RUSH ATT LNG RUSH
Career 2,439 - 33 289 84
Season 1,782 7.20 24 197 84
special teams
PUNT RTNS F CAUGHT PUNT RTNS PUNT RTN YDS PUNT RTN YD AVG PUNT RTN TDS LNG PUNT RTN LNG KR KRS KR YDS KR YD AVG KR TDS
Career - 8 296 - 2 86 - 24 433 - -
Season - 3 123 34.60 1 86 60 7 199 13.80 -
team
Wins Losses
14 8

Academics


GPA
SAT Reading
SAT Writing
SAT Math
SAT Score (Composite)
ACT Score (Composite)
High School
JIM ELLIOT CHRISTIAN HIGH SCHOOL
School City
LODI
School State
CA
Guidance Counselor
Carrie Fox
Guidance Counselor Phone
Guidance Counselor Email
Class Size
60
School Size
240
TOEFL Score
Class Rank
-
School Division
7
Major Category
Engineering
Major
Aerospace, Aeronautical & Astronautical Engineer
Major Category
Engineering
Major
Mechanical Engineering
Major Category
Engineering
Major
Nuclear Engineering
Other Academic Information
JECHS Robotics Team
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Personal


First Name
Benjamin
Last Name
Huckaby
Address
City
State
Zip
Country
Email
Phone
Athlete's Mother
Athlete's Father
Gender
M
Height
5'11"
Weight
205
Birthdate
NCAA Clearinghouse ID
Personal Highlights

College. It has been engrained into my being by my parents and teachers since I was a child.

I am going to college.

My dream would be to continue to play the sport I’m passionate about for four more years at the collegiate level.

Having played the last three years for a small school, I’ve learned that sacrifices are often required to do what’s best for the team. For example, while I feel my strengths and abilities are best suited for the positions of strong safety and wide receiver, I was asked to play tailback and outside linebacker; I did so without hesitation because it was what was best for the team.

There is no sport in my mind in which the players are more interdependent on each other than football. I know when I carry the football across the line of scrimmage, it is because the lineman cleared a path for me. I know when I catch a pass it’s because there is a quarterback there to throw it to me, and lineman to protect the quarterback.

My father was a lineman--and he has reminded me that when I cross the goal line with that football, it is a reflection of the accomplishments of the eleven men on the field, not just the one or two that got to touch the ball.

I am looking to compete in a program that fosters that kind of interdependency on each other; that puts the needs of the team above the needs of the individual. I want to play in a program that will encourage me to learn and grow, while working together as a team to accomplish our common goal: a championship.

If after you review my profile you believe my abilities and accomplishments could potentially contribute to the needs of your program, I look forward to the opportunity to talk with you, and explore this relationship further.

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