Humphrey takes second trip to Texas

Cedar Hill, Texas defensive tackle Jarvis Humphrey just keeps adding offers.
According to coach Joey McGuire, Humphrey received two more in writing today from Big 12 schools Texas A&M and Texas Tech. Humphrey, the 6-foot-2, 290-pound Rivals250 to watch member for the class of 2008, apparently isn't favoring anyone either though. The North Texas defensive lineman also returned from a second junior day visit to Texas this past weekend.
"He was supposed to go to LSU this weekend, but he ended up not being able to with transportation and caught a ride with somebody to go down to Austin," McGuire said. "I think Texas knows that Jarvis isn't ready to commit. At this point, they haven't officially offered him, but he wanted to go down there and talk with coach (Bruce) Chambers."
LSU remains firmly in the mix for Humphrey and coach McGuire says that schools like Texas A&M, Oklahoma State, and Oklahoma who have all offered are right there as well with many others. Humphrey would like to get out and visit those schools and possibly others before making his final decision.
"I think he's open right now," McGuire said. "I mean, right now, the offers I have for him are Baylor, Kansas, Arkansas, Arizona, Kansas State, Tulsa, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, Wisconsin, Ole Miss, Oklahoma State, and Oklahoma has offered too."
Though he's open and offers are coming quickly, McGuire says that Humphrey probably won't drag out a decision.
"I would not be surprised if he made a decision in the next couple of weeks," McGuire said. "Just from the standpoint of all the schools he's had to choose from. I mean schools like Texas and Texas A&M have all these commitments. If he wants to go to schools like that, he knows he's going to have to make up his mind at least in the next month."
Oklahoma State looks to be Humphrey's most likely stop this weekend for an unofficial visit.