Humphrey earned a 3.68 grade point average in applied physiology. He is the two-time winner of the SEC Men's Basketball Scholar Athlete of the Year and earned ESPN the Magazine Academic All-America honors each of the last two years. He also earned a spot on the SEC Academic Honor Roll in each of his four seasons.
As a member of the Gators' back-to-back national championship basketball team, Humphrey averaged 10.3 points as a senior, starting all 40 games. He broke the school's all-time record for three-point shots made, making 288 throughout his career. And earlier this year, he broke the NCAA Tournament's all-time mark for career three-point shots made, knocking down 47 during his four tournament appearances.
Humphrey knocked down eight three-pointers during this year's Final Four, earning him a spot on the All-Final Four Team.
Humphrey is the 32nd Gator to receive the scholarship. The last was women's basketball player Sarah Lowe in 2006. Matt Bonner received the award in 2003.
Humphrey earns scholarship
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