Did you know that football legend Claude Humphrey is a Sigma? Humphrey crossed through the Zeta Alpha Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.
Claude Humphrey is an African American football defensive end who played for the Atlanta Falcons and Philidelphia Eagles. He was born in Memphis, Tennessee, and attended Tennessee State University. Humphrey was drafted out of TSU as the #3 pick in the first round of the 1968 NFT Draft.
Humphrey’s NFL career was very impressive. In 1968 he was named defensive Rookie of the Year. He was named First-team All-Pro five times and made the Pro Bowl six times.
Claude Humphrey Interview
Share this article with your network and let them know about this interesting fact about Phi Beta Sigma.
Zetas1 week ago
Linda Goss, Co-Founder Of The National Association For Black Storytellers Is A Zeta
AKAs1 week ago
The First Female President of Liberia Ellen Johnson Sirleaf Is An AKA
Kappas6 days ago
Robert Morton Duncan, The First Black Ohio Supreme Court Justice Was A Member of Kappa Alpha Psi
Alphas4 days ago
Wesley A. Brown, The First Black Graduate Of The U.S. Naval Academy Was An Alpha
SGRhos2 days ago
Award-Winning Gospel Singer Vanessa Bell Armstrong Is A Member Of Sigma Gamma Rho
Alphas12 hours ago
The First Black USA Olympic Basketball Player Don Barksdale Was An Alpha