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Marlon Humphrey fulfills 3-year goal of becoming an NFL Top 100 player

After three years in the NFL, the Ravens cornerback finds himself in the NFL Top 100

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On April 27, 2017, the Baltimore Ravens picked CB Marlon Humphrey with their first-round pick. A month later, the cornerback tweeted he wanted to become an NFL Top 100 player.

Three seasons into his NFL career and at only 24-years-old, he can officially cross off his goal as he became No. 86 in the NFL Top 100 Players of 2020.

While many Ravens fans, and I even assume other fans disagree with the placement on the list, a Top 100 finish is exactly that. As such, congratulations to the First-Team All-Pro cornerback.

I highly recommend watching the video and ignore the ranking placement.

“Humphrey is an All-Pro not just because of his coverage, but because of his collisions as well.”

“He’s a cornerback with a linebacker’s mentality.”

While we may celebrate and argue about the ranking among his peers and position, Humphrey only commented that the goal “Took a few years lol.”