Connor Humphreys took his second visit to Oregon this past weekend for its big victory against Washington and the 2014 defensive end from Portland (Ore.) Central Catholic had another great trip.
The 6-foot-4, 230-pound prospect got to meet some high-profile people, soak in the atmosphere and he only had positive things to say about the Ducks who continue to recruit him but have not yet offered.
"It was pretty fun," Humphreys said.
"I sat with Johnny Ragin the whole game. It was my second time down there so I've already been on the tour. It was packed being on the field and I got to meet LeGarrette Blount so just seeing him and all the other NFL players there showed me I could go to that school and in the future it could happen."
So far, Humphreys has landed offers from Wyoming and Portland State but he's hopeful many more offers come through especially since he's receiving so much recruiting mail.
An offer from Oregon at any point in his recruitment would be huge.
"Being from in-state, that's the top school I could get an offer from right now," Humphreys said. "It's the Pac-12 and it's Oregon. That would be insane for me. I wouldn't know what to say but I definitely have a lot of things to work on before I get there.
"A lot of coaches have been requesting film. I have been working on that and almost have it done. I'll send that off and hopefully once they start watching more film it will be good. Some coaches have already watched film on me and said I'm a great player so hopefully more will watch my highlights."
This weekend Humphreys is taking an unofficial visit to the Fresno State-Boise State game and he's excited about the trip. It will give him a chance to compare and contrast another school with Oregon and see what others have to offer.
"Now I can finally compare it to Oregon and see a different school and see how it is in a different conference and everything," Humphreys said.
Other than his offers and his interest from Oregon and Boise State, Humphreys is also hearing from Duke, Vanderbilt, Utah, Indiana, Oregon State, Washington State, Cal, Stanford and others.