Interview w/ Cabral Huff (Voorhees College Head Coach)
Beyond the Box Score Podcast
Coach Cabral Huff shares his journey from growing up in Atlanta to becoming a Head Coach at Voorhees College (NAIA). He attended Morehouse and then coached high school basketball at multiple schools. He talks about how he learned to block out the JV game afterwards so he was able to devote all of this attention and effort to the Varsity game that followed. After becoming a Head Coach at Cedartown HS then American International School he took over as Head Coach of two semi professional teams. He spent six seasons at the Head Coach at Saint Francis HS where he coached multiple players who would go onto play at the NCAA D1 and NBA levels. Just like so many other coaches, he aspired to coach at the college level so he took a pay cut to be the DOBO at Georgia Southern. After one season he became an Assistant Coach and Recruiting Coordinator at Alcorn State, and inherited a team that was being penalized for APR. Coach Huff returned to Georgia to takeover at Duluth HS and then Holy Innocents' Episcopal School (HIES). He was hired as the Head Coach at Voorhees College in late October. Coach Huff is a true student of the game and is constantly working on his craft.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/beyondtheboxscore/support
Cabral Huff - Holy Innocents Episcopal School (GA) Boys' Varsity Head Coach - Episode 381
Cabral Huff is the Head Boys’ Basketball Coach at Holy Innocents' Episcopal School (HIES) in Atlanta, GA. During the 2019-2020 season, Huff took the team to the Elite 8. Prior to coaching at HIES, Huff had been a successful head coach at Duluth High School. In Huff’s three seasons at Duluth High, he took the team to three consecutive state tournament appearances, including back-to-back Sweet 16 appearances. His overall record at Duluth was 54-36.Prior to arriving at Duluth High, Huff spent two seasons coaching college basketball. At Alcorn State University (2015-16), he assisted in leading the Braves to a total program turnaround, resulting in second place in conference. While at Georgia Southern University (2014-15), he helped to guide the Eagles to a 22-9 record.Prior to his time at the college level, Coach Huff was a successful coach at St. Francis High School in Alpharetta, Georgia for six seasons.Huff also has coached at Cedartown High and Atlanta International High, as well as professionally, in the WBA and the ABA.Coach Huff has two players currently playing in the NBA: Malik Beasley of the Minnesota Timberwolves and Kobi Simmons, currently a two way player for the Charlotte Hornets. Don’t miss our free Hoop Heads Pod Webinar Series on Thursday nights at 9 pm EST. If you miss a live webinar you can buy lifetime access to any of our previous webinars for $4.99 on the Hoop Heads Pod website. If you’re focused on improving your coaching and your team, we’ve got you covered! Visit hoopheadspod.com/webinars to get registered. Make sure you check out our new Hoop Heads Pod Network of shows including Thrive with Trevor Huffman , Beyond the Ball, The CoachMays.com Podcast, Player’s Court, Bleachers & Boards and our team focused NBA Podcasts: Cavalier Central, Grizz n Grind, Knuck if you Buck, The 305 Culture and Blazing the Path. We’re looking for more NBA podcasters interested in hosting their own show centered on a particular team. Shoot an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re interested in learning more and bringing your talent to our network.Get a pen and paper ready now so you can take some notes as you listen to this episode with Cabral Huff from Holy Innocents Episcopal School in Atlanta, Georgia.Website - https://coachcabralhuff.weebly.com/Email - email@example.comTwitter - @CoachCabralHuff
Cabral Huff | EP 13 | Holy Innocents High School | MBB Head Coach
Beyond the Hardwood
Coach Huff and I talk his time growing up in Atlanta, Georgia, the morals and values he gained being an only child from his parents and how that has helped him become the servant leader he is today, his time at Morehouse and how during those four years he found his passion for teaching, the different stops, lessons and successes he has had at multiple schools in the Atlanta area, as well as the impact hisself along with other coaches at all levels are making with the #embRACEus platform.For more information on what Coach Huff and others are doing with the #embRACEus platform, be sure to click the link to get a more detailed look into the things they are working on how you can help be apart of the change.Also, be sure to share, subscribe, rate & leave a review as well as follow the Beyond the Hardwood IG page, @thebthpod, as we continue to build this platform. BTH Apparel is soon to come, with hats are already being made. More info on this to come in the future.
Ep 029: Cabral Huff | Building a New Program | Holy Innocents
United Basketball & Champions 101
Coach Cabral Huff is the head coach at Holy Innocent in Atlanta, GA. He shares a wealth of knowledge on "Building a New Program" that veteran and new coaches can learn from. Connect with Coach Huff on Twitter @CoachCabralHuff Show Notes Do Your Research 4:15 Connecting w/ staff 10:45 1st Team Meeting 17:00 Communicating w/ Parents 25:30 Parents at Practice 27:45 Building Your Culture 33:15 Player Buy-In 40:10 Choosing System 44:45 Growing Pains 51:30 Great 8 54:10
Spielin' & Dealin' Ep. 27: State Championships moved back to Macon + Cabral Huff's MCAofGA Coaches Clinic (9/21/17)
Huge news broke on September 21st that the GHSA will be moving four of their eight basketball state championships back to the Macon Centreplex. The Centreplex last hosted the title games in 2015-16 when misplaced baskets and other snafus caused a national uproar. Kyle Sandy and Rameen Forghani weigh in on the new split between Macon and Georgia Tech. At the 17:52 mark, Duluth head coach Cabral Huff joins to discuss this Saturday's 2017 MCAofGA Preseason Tip-Off Basketball Coaches Clinic & Roundtable along with quick thoughts on the move back to Macon and a preview of the Wildcats' inaugural Big South Shootout tournament January 1-2, 2018.