Where are they now? Paging Dr. Humphries.
Offensive tackle Stefan Humphries was not only one of the best offensive lineman to ever play for Bo but Stefan was probably also the smartest. Stefan was an All-American in 1983 and was also a two-time academic All-American. Additionally, Stefan was co-Captain of the 1983 U of M team that played in the Sugar Bowl. After graduating, Stefan played on multiple Super Bowl teams during a five-year NFL career. He then pursued his long-time desire to be a doctor. According to his biography, inspired by his sister's career as a physician, Stefan earned a Doctor of Medicine and interned at the University of Colorado. He is board certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, having completed a residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota and subsequently served as Medical Director and President of Medical Staff at HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital of Colorado Springs, Colorado. As the current Medical Director at St. Luke's Rehabilitation Institute, Stefan is a liaison between medical staff and hospital staff, and provides administrative leadership for St. Luke's in Spokane, WA.
In 1996, Dr. Humphries was awarded the University of Michigan Gerald R. Ford Award, the highest honor bestowed on a former Michigan letterman. More recently, Dr. Humphries was honored in 2005 by his hometown when he was inducted into the Broward County Sports Hall of Fame. Go Blue!
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