Malcolm Huckaby

  • ACE Basketball & ACE Multi-Sports Camps
  • Co-Founder and Head Coach


1989-90 Drafted by the Houston Astros in the MLB Draft
1994 Helped lead the Boston College Eagles to the NCAA Tournament’s Elite Eight

Graduated from Boston College
1996 Played for the NBA’s Miami Heat
2004 Inducted into the Boston College Varsity Club Athletic Hall of Fame
2012 Joined ESPN as a men’s college basketball analyst
2015 Inducted into the ACC Basketball Legends class


Malcolm Huckaby has cultivated a love of sports since an early age and grew to become a two-sport star in high school. Drafted out of high school by MLB, Malcolm also played a successful college basketball career at Boston College. As a senior at BC, he assisted in leading the Eagles to the NCAA Tournament’s Elite. After college, he sustained a professional career in Europe for five years and signed with the Miami Heat as a free agent.

Huckaby grew up in Bristol, CT, near the ESPN headquarters, and joined their ranks in 2012, where he works today as a men’s college basketball analyst. Huckaby currently resides in Nashua, NH with his wife and children. A childhood alumnus of the Boys & Girls Club and a first-hand example of what positive mentorship can help achieve, Huckaby is as passionate about basketball as he is about giving back to kids in his local community, which is why he strives to instill the positive tenets sports has to offer in younger generations.