Attended Green Mountain High School in Lakewood, Colo. where he earned four varsity letters (2 - football, 2 - hockey).
As a senior in 2012 earned All-Plains honorable-mention.
That same season was named Defensive MVP for the Rams and was honored with the Ram Pride Award.
Named captain of the Rams football team his senior year.
Head football coach was Tom Ward.
Played against current Rams Jordon Vaden and Brandon Henrie.
Personal: Given name is Kyle Hufnagel...born on Nov. 28, 1993 in Evergreen, Colo. ...parents are David and Lynn Hufnagel, both of whom graduated from the University of Oklahoma...has a twin brother, Ethan and an older brother, Nate...majoring in health and exercise science at Colorado State...Hometown: Lakewood, Colo.
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