NORMAN — Oklahoma picked up a commitment from three-star wide receiver John Humphrey on Saturday, when the League City, Texas, native was on an unofficial visit.
Humphrey — from Clear Falls High School in League City, Texas — also holds scholarship offers from Arkansas, Baylor, California, Clemson, Louisville, Ole Miss, Missouri, Notre Dame, Oregon State, TCU and Texas Tech. He was committed to Baylor between April and June.
The 6-foot, 160-pound receiver is the Sooners’ 10th commitment in its 2015 recruiting class, and the first wideout in the group. Humphrey also becomes Oklahoma’s seventh commitment from the state of Texas.
Rivals ranks Humphrey as the 88th-best wide receiver in the country for the recruiting class of 2015. He is also a standout defensive back, and Baylor was considering playing him on defense.
Humphrey is also an accomplished track star. He runs the 100-meter dash, the 200-meter dash and is on a relay team for Clear Falls.