Cedar Hill (Texas) defensive tackle Jarvis Humphrey has all of the tools to be a dominant force on the next level. His combination of size and strength has already paid off to the tune of nine early scholarship offers. He was in Austin on Sunday for Texas’ first junior day. Did he receive an offer?
“He really enjoyed it,” Cedar Hill Head Coach Joey McGuire said. “They didn’t offer.”
“I just talked to Coach Chambers and I guess he (Jarvis Humphrey) is going to try to go back up there sometime in the next few weeks. They just want to get to know him a little better. I hope they do, because he really liked it,” McGuire said when asked if he expected an offer to come in later.
In terms of scholarship offers, Humphrey may be the top defensive tackle in the Lone Star State. He has already picked up offers from the likes of Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Kansas, Kansas State, Arizona, Miami, Baylor, Tulsa and Arkansas.
The 6-foot-2, 300-pound Humphrey helped lead the Cedar Hill Longhorns to a 5A state title in 2006. He received honorable mention all-district honors for his performance as a junior.