Philip Humber is a native of East Texas, having grown up in Carthage and lived in Tyler for more than ten years. Philip attended Rice University on a baseball scholarship and enjoyed a highly-decorated collegiate career during which he was a three-time All-America pitcher. In 2003, Philip pitched all nine innings of the Owls’ College World Series championship game, earning the school its first ever national championship. After being selected with the third overall pick in the 2004 draft by the New York Mets, Philip embarked on an 11-year professional career highlighted by the 21st perfect game in Major League history.
Upon retirement from his playing career, Philip finished his B.A. at Rice University and began his commercial real estate career with a developer based in College Station. Philip brings a broad range of experience, from sales and leasing, to development and construction. His clients can expect tireless work ethic and integrity when they trust him with their real estate needs.