July 8, 1996 (27)
Marlon Humphrey is an American football cornerback for the Baltimore Ravens in the National Football League (NFL). His journey commenced at Hoover High School, extending through an impressive collegiate tenure at the University of Alabama, and transitioning into a professional career that saw him being drafted 16th overall by the Ravens in the 2017 NFL Draft. His rookie season demonstrated a glimpse of his potential, which was further realized as he secured positions in three Pro Bowls, a First-team All-Pro recognition, and leading the NFL in forced fumbles in 20201.
From early on, Humphrey was projected to be a significant asset in the NFL, with various analysts ranking him among the top cornerback prospects of his draft class. His professional journey kicked off on a promising note as he signed a four-year contract worth $11.84 million with the Ravens. His impact was felt immediately as he earned a starting cornerback position and showcased his skills by deflecting passes, making interceptions, and contributing to the team’s defensive stronghold1.
Marlon Humphrey has displayed remarkable teamwork with fellow Baltimore Ravens like Marcus Peters, Jimmy Smith, Calais Campbell, Patrick Queen, Matthew Judon, Brandon Williams, Chuck Clark, and DeShon Elliott. Their collaborative efforts on the field have significantly contributed to the Ravens’ defensive prowess, manifesting in successful coverage plays, interceptions, and forced fumbles.