Alabama’s handprints are all over the NFL, with the Crimson Tide proudly featuring the most alumni on NFL rosters right now.

Nick Saban has seen 46 of his former players selected in the first round of the draft during his storied tenure in Tuscaloosa.

One of those 46 is Baltimore Ravens cornerback Marlon Humphrey, who showed off a diverse care package full of goodies that Alabama sent him last weekend.

Humphrey might play in Baltimore on Sundays now, but he still has crimson and white in his blood and his alma mater took care of him well. Alabama reportedly sent the same care package to all of its former players now in the NFL, which is a long list.

Humphrey played inspired, too, after getting the care package, recording 5 tackles, all of them solo, in Sunday’s 37-26 victory over the New England Patriots. He also intercepted Mac Jones, another former Bama star, in the end zone.

Humphrey was a 1st-round pick of the Ravens in the 2017 draft, going 16th overall, and was a first-team All-Pro in 2019. He has gone to 2 Pro Bowls, being selected in 2019 and 2020.

He was a first-team All-American at Bama in 2016, and he was part of Alabama’s 2015 national championship team.