WESTERN OKLAHOMA CC (2005-07)
Two-year starter under head coach Rolando De La Barrera at Western Oklahoma ... earned NJCAA second-team All-America accolades in 2007 ... also named the Region II Most Valuable Player during his sophomore season ... averaged a team-leading 18.5 points, 11.3 rebounds and approximately two blocked shots per game ... also was among the team leaders in field goal percentage (52.7 percent) and three-point field goal percentage (30 percent) ... ranked as the 40th-best JUCO prospect in the country according to CSTV.com ... listed as No. 2 among the top JUCO small forwards in the country according to NBADraft.net ... originally committed to New Mexico but was released from his commitment when there was a coaching change ... earned an associate degree in liberal arts.
Played guard at Huffman High School during ninth and 10th grade ... quit playing after sophomore year in order to concentrate on academics ... enlisted with the Air Force directly out of high school, where he spent four years playing on a high level military team ... while in the Air Force, Huffman grew from his listed height in high school of 6-1 to 6-7 and added 20 pounds to his frame ... named Who's Who among America's high school students ... a member of the National Junior Honor Society ... graduated with honors ... a member of the Student Government Association.
Full name is Reginald Huffman ... born November 2, 1982 in Birmingham, Ala. ... parents are Hayward and the late Eugina Huffman ... academic major is communications ... served four years in the United States Air Force ... has three sisters, April, Tonya and Carmen.