Marlon Humphrey is a professional American football player in the National Football Player. Since 2017, he has been playing for the Baltimore Ravens. He also played collegiate football player for the University of Alabama. Humphrey has been named to the Pro Bowl twice in his career, the most recent one was in 2020.
Player Profile, High School, and College Career
Marlon N. Humphrey on July 8, 1996, in Hoover, Alabama. He stands 183 cm tall and his weight was last listed at 89 kg. The cornerback attended Hoover High School in his hometown. He was considered a five-star recruit in his class and he received a number of offers from some of the top football schools including Florida State and UCLA.
He chose to commit to the University of Alabama where he played from 2014 to 2016 before declaring for the NFL. While with Alabama, he helped them reach the CFP National Championships.
He was drafted during the 2017 NFL Draft and was the 16th overall pick by the Baltimore Ravens in the first round. In May, the Ravens signed Humphrey to a four-year contract. By the start of the 2018 regular season, he had been named as the starting cornerback.
In 2019, he was named to the Pro Bowl for the first time. He will be named to the Pro Bowl again in 2020. In 2019, he was also named to the First-team All-Pro.
In 2020, he was the NFL leader in forced fumbles. In the same year, the Ravens used the fifth-year option on his contract. In December 2021, Humphrey suffered a pectoral muscle injury that essentially ended his season.
- 2019 - First-team All-Pro
- 2019, 2020 - Pro Bowl
- 2020 - NFL forced fumbles leader
- 2016 - First-team All-American
- 2015 - CFP national champion