Humphries actually made two stops at UCLA. He toured the campus on Friday and then returned for the Bruins' spring game on Saturday.
"The campus is beautiful," Humphries said of UCLA. "Los Angeles is a great city. We went out there (and) I talked to the coaches -- a really friendly staff. It's a great place and the coaches seem to really know what they are doing."
"The spring game was crazy. There were a lot of recruits there from California. The defense was looking good, everyone was looking great, so I could tell that the coaches had been training them right."
Humphries also took a trip to USC to check out the Trojans campus and facilities.
'We showed up at USC and it is a little different area," Humphries said. "I really liked the campus. It is really nice. The coaches said that they really like me and that they are going to come out and see me, so we will just have to see where it goes from there."
Humphries has also been out to see schools like Oklahoma, Notre Dame and Texas this spring, but he is likely now shutting things down a bit to concentrate on spring practice and the upcoming seven-on-seven season.
"I think we are closing out right now with spring ball, so if coaches want to see me they will come see me, but we traveled a lot so I think we are going to start closing things down," Humphries explained.
Humphies was a member of Team USA and helped lead the team to a 49-7 victory over Canada in the 17-U International Bowl. In the game Humphries had two fumble recoveries, one he advanced for a touchdown.
Humphries' father -- Leonard Humphries -- started for three years in the Penn State defensive backfield in the early 1990s before being drafted by the Buffalo Bills in the 8th round of the 1992 NFL draft.