Prior to joining the Fantasy Points staff, Wes dedicated the last six years to serving as one of the original grading analysts and the Director of Special Teams Analysis for PFF. His hard work provided data directly to all 32 NFL teams, 85 NCAA FBS schools, NBC, FOX, CBS, ESPN, and the NFL Network, among others. In addition, he provided fantasy analysis for several seasons at PFF as the lead college writer, co-host of the DraftKings’ “College Daily” DFS podcast, and articles featured weekly on DraftKings Playbook. Huber is also a member of the voting committee for the Fred Biletnikoff and Patrick Mannelly awards. Wes’ fantasy football experience began way back in 1992, entering lineups on mail-in cut outs from various sports magazines. With nearly 30 years of fantasy experience under his belt, Wes began playing DFS in 2013, an experience that not only turned an immediate profit but eventually delivered him onto the doorstep at PFF. Playing a significant role in every aspect of PFFs data analytics, Huber was trained by and worked alongside some of the top minds, coaches, and former players in the industry. With a dedicated focus on studying game film and a faithful commitment to metrics & analytics, Huber’s specialties include DFS (college and NFL), Devy & Dynasty formats, and second-to-none fantasy analysis of high school prospects.