Jacob plays defensive back for the Raiders and Julian plays outside linebacker. And both picked up their first offers in the past few days, most recently from Central Michigan.
"It feels great, I spent a lot of time these past three years worrying about where I'm going to college," Julian said. "And how I am going to get there. It's really humbling to know that through faith, all things are possible."
His twin brother agreed that the chance to play college ball was something pretty special.
"It was great, to hear that a college wanted to give me a chance was a great feeling, like no other," Jacob said. "It was a dream come true."
The Huff's found out that they had their most recent offer, from Central Michigan through the Raiders head coach John Ivlow.
"Central Michigan's head coach called our head coach, Coach Ivlow and wanted to see our transcripts. I guess once they saw our grades they called Coach back and said 'yeah we have to offer these guys." Julian said. "They told us that they loved us and they thought that we would be a great fit in their defense, and then said they wanted to offer us a scholarship."
Even though it is exciting that both brothers have received offers, most schools want to know if they are planning on attending the same school for college.
"A big question from these recruiters are if were going to the same school," Jacob said. "I think we are better together than apart, so it is really pretty exciting that we got offered together, but I kind of knew we were going to get recruited together."
His brother agrees that it would be something pretty special to play with Jacob in college.
"It means a lot, I think it would be great to play another four years with him and I think it would be great for the university for us to bring the type of chemistry that we have together," Julian said. "It will be interesting to see which schools like Jacob more and which schools like me more throughout the process."
The two have heard from a few other schools at this point, and are sure to hear from even more.