Malcolm Huckaby

College Basketball Analyst

After growing up right down the road from ESPN headquarters, Malcolm Huckaby, the former Boston College star, joined ESPN in November of 2012 as a men’s college basketball analyst.

Huckaby is also currently the vice president of investments at Capital Securities Management in the greater Boston area, and has held that position since 2012. He was also a financial advisor for four years before being promoted as a private advisor at Merrill Lynch, a position he had for almost four years.  His television career began in 2010 when he called his alma mater’s basketball games with IMG Sports Network.

Huckaby previously played basketball professionally in Europe for five years and was also on the Miami Heat in 1996.

A standout guard at Boston College, where he graduated from in 1994, Huckaby helped lead the Eagles to the NCAA Tournament’s Elite Eight in 1994. He was inducted into the 2015 ACC Basketball Legends class.

The Bristol, Conn., native was inducted into the Boston College Varsity Club Athletic Hall of Fame in 2004. A two-sport star in high school, Huckaby was drafted by the Houston Astros in the 1989-90 MLB Draft.

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