The Seattle Seahawks coaching staff is quickly taking shape under Mike Macdonald, with former Washington Huskies offensive line coach Scott Huff reuniting with former Huskies offensive Coordinator Ryan Grubb. This comes after a brief stint with the Alabama Crimson Tide. Huff's impressive tenure with the Huskies survived multiple coaching shakeups, leading to his retention by Kalen DeBoer in 2021 and a subsequent $150,000 raise. He replaces Andy Dickerson as the Seahawks' offensive line coach.

By the Numbers
  • Washington’s offensive line allowed just seven sacks in 13 games in 2022, tied for second-fewest in FBS
  • Washington ranked second in FBS in expected points added (EPA) per rush
  • Five offensive linemen, including four-star prospects, were signed in UW’s 2023 recruiting class
  • Huff received a $150,000 raise after the 2022 season, bringing his annual salary to $850,000
Bottom Line

Scott Huff's rejoining of the Seahawks as offensive line coach brings depth of experience and a track record of success, making it a strategic and promising move for the team.