P - 2005-2008
Huber attended Archbishop McNichols High School where he was a three year starter. He came to UC redshirted his first year and promptly sat behind Chet Ervin and Brian Steele. When Kelly came to UC he promoted Huber to starter. He rewarded Kelly by bombing two punts and averaging 50 yards per kick. It was a taste of things to come as Huber started his final two years as a Bearcat and set records for the highest career average, and the two highest single season averages, both of which were top 10 nationally. He was a back to back first team All American in his two seasons as a starter and was the Big East Special Teams Player of the Year in 2007. We all are in the habit of remembering the Kelly era for it's offense. While there is nothing wrong with that in and of itself, but there is something wrong when the focus on the offense distracts us from just how good Kelly's teams were on Special Teams and Kevin Huber played a huge role in that.