Vegas native David Humm's Super Bowl trophy up for auction
LAS VEGAS (KSNV) —
The Super Bowl XI trophy that once belonged to Las Vegas preps star and Raider legend David Humm is up for auction.
A spokesperson for Lelands Winter Auction says the trophy is part of its Winter 2019 Classic Auction, which is open for bidding through Feb. 1.
Humm played football Bishop Gorman in high school at and Nebraska in college before he was drafted in 1975 by the Oakland Raiders. He would go on to win two Super Bowls with the Raiders in 1976 and 1983.
Humm died in March last year at the age of 65.
Other items up for auction include a Joe DiMaggio Yankees game-worn uniform and a Bobby Orr 1966 Topps card, considered the most valuable hockey card in the world.