Originally from Hope Mills, North Carolina, Brandon started playing baseball at age 5. He played at South View High School where he holds numerous records including batting average for a career (.478) and hits, (146) which ranks 10th all time in North Carolina history. Pitching records include Wins (24) Strikeouts (396) and ERA (1.12). Huffman played for the prestigious Evoshield Canes based out of Virginia, where he was able to play all over the East Coast and in Jupiter, Florida at the Perfect Game WWBA tournament. There, they placed 4th out of 84 teams which consisted of the best teams in the US and Puerto Rico. He verbally committed to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, as a sophomore in high school. He Played 1 season at the University of North Carolina-Pembroke, a Division 2 powerhouse in Pembroke, North Carolina.
Huffman had the opportunity to play Professionally in Canada for the Ottawa Fat Cats in 2012 where he led the league in strike outs and was 2nd in ERA. He had the pleasure to learn pitching from numerous professional pitchers on the Brantford Red Sox, including AA and AAA players on their way to a IBL league title.
Huffman: "I look forward to bringing my knowledge of the game and helping our kids in this program get better, and ultimately, get them to the college level and beyond."
Cavaiani on Huffman: "In addition to ET being my best hire, his good friend from college, Brandon, was a package deal. Brandon is from North Carolina and moved here to be closer to ET after their pro careers were over. Brandon's baseball knowledge is off the charts and is starting to come into his own as a coach himself. He played for the Evoshield Canes out of Virginia which is arguably one of the best programs in the country. He had heck of a prep career where it saw him commit to the University of North Carolina in only his sophomore year. Brandon has a quiet demeanor but has quickly realized his potential as a top line coach. Brandon is the kind of person and coach anyone would like on their staff because he is all about the kids. He loves the game, he loves the kids, and that's what this is all about. I'm lucky and honored to have him coach in our program."