Connor Humphreys could not make it for the Oregon-Arizona game this past weekend but he was at Autzen Stadium for the Tennessee Tech matchup and was blown away by his surroundings.
"It was just a crazy game," Humphreys said. "It was so loud. I loved it, the atmosphere, and it's a stadium I could see myself playing in."
The 2014 defensive end from Portland (Ore.) Central Catholic said Oregon has been showing more interest in him recently and likes him at numerous spots on both sides of the ball.
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That's encouraging to the 6-foot-4, 230-pound junior who plans to take another unofficial visit for the Oregon-Washington game in early October.
"They've been sending a bunch of letters and I've talked to quite a few coaches and they're asking for film and when I went there they said that they could pretty much put me at inside or outside linebacker, defensive end, defensive tackle or guard or center so that's a plus that they see," Humphreys said.
"They didn't talk anything about offering yet. I think they want to see my film and they'll probably talk to me more after my junior season is over."
During his junior campaign, Humphreys is playing defensive tackle, defensive end and right offensive tackle.
So far, Wyoming and Portland State have offered but more recruiting letters are coming in from Nebraska, Vanderbilt, Utah and some other schools.
With the interest from Oregon and some other major programs, Humphreys is encouraged that his recruitment will continue to stay busy.
"I'm starting to get a few letters and it's pretty exciting in my recruiting right now," Humphreys said.