|No. 30, 32|
|Born:||August 7, 1983|
Virginia Beach, Virginia, U.S.
|NFL draft||2006 / Round: 7 / Pick: 240|
|2006||New York Giants|
|2007||Amsterdam Admirals (NFLE)|
Humes attended Virginia Tech. Humes missed the 2004 preseason scrimmages with an injury. Humes was instrumental in their 2005 ACC Coastal Division Title. He was named the MVP of the 2006 Toyota Gator Bowl after helping the Virginia Tech Hokies defeat the Louisville Cardinals 35-24.
On December 21, 2006 Humes was signed to the New York Giants practice squad, where he was sent to NFL Europe during the off season there Humes broke his neck during the last game of the season and was subsequently released in July 2007.
After his stint in the NFL, Humes moved back to Virginia Beach, VA. He worked at Salem High School where he taught Algebra and worked with special needs students, and then as a high school math teacher at Madison Alternative in Norfolk, Virginia. He now works for Coca-Cola out of Norfolk.
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