Malcolm Huckaby joined ESPN as a college basketball game analyst in 2012 and continues to do games for ESPNU, ESPN Radio, and also does some studio work for the network. In addition, Malcolm is the game analyst on radio for Boston College Men’s Basketball games.

Malcolm was a standout player at Boston College. As a senior, he helped lead the Eagles to the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament. Malcolm still ranks high on B.C.’s all-time points, three pointers made, and steals lists and was voted as the team’s Most Outstanding Defensive Player three times. In 2004, Malcolm was elected into the Boston College Varsity Club Athletic Hall of Fame. Malcolm was also selected to the 2015 class of ACC Basketball Legends.

After his collegiate career, Malcolm went on to play professionally for five years both in the NBA and abroad. Malcolm currently works as a financial adviser for a wealth management firm. He continues to serve on the Board of Trustees for Boston College Alumni Association, as well as charitable organizations such as Crossroads for Kids and the Boys and Girls Club of Boston.

Malcolm currently resides with his family in New Hampshire.