The 6-foot-2, 300 pound Humphrey should begin to draw a ton of attention from Division I programs over the next couple of months. He has the potential to be a special player on the next level.
The 5-foot-11, 190-pound Hicks runs the 40-yard dash in a speedy 4.49 seconds. He has the talent to play both on both sides of the ball. He excelled last season from the running back position but is used more at linebacker. He is a vital part of the Cedar Hill defense and should also start hearing from college coaching staffs in the near future.
"He rotates at stack backer and tail back, but he plays a lot more defense," McGuire said. "He runs the football very well. He is good playing man and zone on defense because he is so fast. He is a very good player for us."
Humphrey and Hicks both played as sophomores. Their experience should play a big role in the success at Cedar Hill this season.