Mid-Market Account Executive, ICE Mortgage Technology
Mike attended Sunny Hills High School in Fullerton, CA and later enrolled at Fullerton College. After transferring to Long Beach St., Horan was drafted by the Atlanta Falcons. He was released and spent his first two seasons (1984 and 1985) with the Philadelphia Eagles before moving on to Denver. After seven seasons in Denver, Horan went on to play four season for the New York Giants. He then spent the 1997 and 1999 seasons in St. Louis and 1998 in Chicago.
Overall, Horan spent 16 seasons in the NFL, playing for 5 different teams. In 1993, Horan enjoyed his best season, punting to a net average of 39.9 yard per kick, good for 5th best all-time.While with the Broncos, Horan went to the Pro Bowl in 1988 and was consistently at the top of the AFC and NFL in both Gross and Net punting average. He is a member of the Halls of Fame at both Fullerton College and Long Beach State.
He played in four Super Bowls, winning one in the final game of his career with the St. Louis Rams in 2000. For his career, Horan punted the ball over 1000 times(1003) for over 42,000 yards, ending with a gross average of 42.2 yards per kick.
While playing in Denver, Mike and his wife, Kim, formed a non-profit organization called Punts With a Purpose. They raised money to train churches and other community service organizations to adopt and mentor homeless families and subsidized the first month’s rent and deposit for their permanent housing needs. The program has evolved as part of the Denver Rescue Mission’s Family Rescue Ministry.
Mike currently resides in North Tustin and works as a Mid-Market Account Executive for ICE Mortgage Technology.