Where are they now? Bobby Humphrey

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Bobby Humphrey was the freshman pheonm that came on the scene in the 1980’s. Humphrey took the place of an injured Gene Jelks and never looked on.

He went on to amass nearly 3500 yards and 40 touchdowns in his Alabama career and held the Alabama record for most yards in a season (1471) until 2009 when Heisman Trophy winner Mark Ingram broke the record with over 1600 yards rushing.

Humphrey was also named to the All-American team in 1986 and 1987. After his career at Bama, he went on to play several years in the NFL with both the Denver Broncos (1989-1992) and the Miami Dolphins (1992-93).

During his time in the NFL, Humphrey gain almost 3000 yards rushing and made one Pro Bowl in 1990.

After his career ended in the NFL, Humphrey would go on and coach Birmingham’s Arena 2 team the Steeldogs from 2000-2005 and now works as a salesman in Birmingham.

Humphrey’s son Maudrecas plays football at the University of Arkansas.

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