The Flashes, if you haven't heard, are 11-1 and may be BCS bound if they defeat Northern Illinois Friday night in the MAC Championship game and get some help.
At Solon High School, Humphrey was a standout jack-of-all-trades for the Comets. He's continuing in that trend at Kent State, playing as a wide receiver and contributing on special teams.
Humphrey has played in all 12 games for the Flashes, and is the team's fourth leading receiver with 20 catches for 261 yards. His best game of the season was against Ball State, when Humphrey caught 3 balls for 63 yards.
He has also recorded 11 total tackles, including 9 solo tackles, and forced a fumble.