Stanley Warrenhuffman

Biography

Position: Wide Receivers

High School:  Warrenhuffman had 573 receiving yards and five touchdowns as a senior at Harmony Community School in Cincinnati in 2007.

2008: Warrenhuffman was an honorable mention All-Conference selection as a freshman.  He was the Tigers' second-leading receiver with 471 yards and two touchdowns on 28 catches. He had 112 yards and two touchdowns on five catches against Georgetown College on Oct. 25 - his first collegiate 100-yard game. In addition to working as a wide receiver, Warrenhuffman became the No. 20 kick returner in the NAIA with 535 yards on 23 returns, an average of 23.3 yards per return.

2009: A knee injury in the third game of the season ended Warrenhuffman's sophomore season. In those three games, he had 215 yards on 13 catches and one touchdown. His big game was against Carson-Newman College, collecting 155 yards on three catches and a touchdown the week before his injury.

2010: Warrenhuffman passed wide receivers coach Rick Gehres for the single-season receptions record with 56 catches in 11 games played. He also tied records for the most catches in a game (10) and most touchdown catches in a game (2). He set the record for the most multiple-touchdown games (4) by a CU receiver. He led the Tigers his junior season with 716 yards for an average of 59.7 per game. His 162 receiving yards in 2010 at University of the Cumberlands was the second-most in a single game by a CU player all time. He was named an All-Mid-South Conference receiver in 2010.

NFL: Warrenhuffman played for the New Orleans Saints

Playing Career

  • Campbellsville University (2007-2010)
  • New Orleans Saints

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