Humphries Wants to Play Next Year

Clemson commitment Barry Humphries will take his only official visit when he visits Tiger Town later this weekend. has the latest on his visit and his plans to enroll at Clemson this summer in this report. <BR>

OL Barry Humphries
6-3, 291, 4.92
Belton-Honea Path
Belton, South Carolina

The 6-foot-3, 291 pound prospect will visit Clemson along with his parents this weekend. "I'm heading up this weekend. I'm looking forward to the trip. This is my only official visit that I'm taking," Humphries told Tuesday evening.

"Coach Scott came by the school yesterday. It was a real good visit. We talked about the scholarship and what happens next week on signing day."

For the next few months Humphries will be working hard to improve his skills at center. "I will be working on shotgun snapping. I will also be lifting," said Humphries.

The star lineman also plans to get an early start on his Clemson experience. "I'm going to start this summer during the second summer session. I want to get oriented before August."

Humphries became good friends with future teammate Thomas Austin during the Shrine Bowl and the two have kept in touch in recent weeks. "Yeah, I have been keeping in touch with Thomas a good bit. We are still planning to room together at Clemson," said Humphries.

The Shrine Bowl standout is also hoping he can see the field during his freshman year. "I'm looking forward to showing everybody what I can do. Hopefully they won't redshirt me, and I will get a chance for some playing time next year," stated the Belton Honea-Path star.

We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding offensive lineman, right up through signing day 2005. Top Stories