ESPN analyst Brock Huard has a long legacy of involvement in sports in Washington state. The native son will speak next month at the Archbishop Murphy High School STAR Luncheon.
The annual event will be held March 14th at the school located in Everett from 11:45-1 p.m. Proceeds raised go towards tuition assistance.
Huard will undoubtedly have some fun stories to tell from his playing career. He may have some anecdotes from an increasingly successful broadcasting career.
Huard was the 1995 Gatorade High School Football Player of the Year before going on to the University of Washington. He still holds Huskies career records with 5,742 passing yards and 51 touchdown passes.
The Seattle Seahawks selected Huard in the third round of the 1999 NFL Draft. He spent four of his six seasons with the Seahawks and also spent two years with the Indianapolis Colts.
Huard became a college football analyst for ESPN in 2008. He is also a sports talk radio co-host in Seattle and the color commentator for Seahawks preseason telecasts.
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