Kris Humphries, a 6-8, 220 pounder from Hopkins H.S. in Minnetonka, Minn., will likely cut his list of schools down to seven after his playoffs are over, according to his dad, William.
Most big name schools have expressed serious interest in Kris. Among the schools that have shown some love are Duke, Arizona, Florida, Texas, Kansas, Michigan, Michigan State, Georgetown, Iowa, Minnesota, Kentucky, Kansas, Louisville, University of North Carolina, Tennessee, etc. For the complete list, click on the database and punch in Humphries name.
The list you will see in the database is long. But it's about to become short in the near future. It's Humphries' goal to narrow it to seven, perhaps five so Kris can take his official visits.
Humphries is a terrific student. He has already achieved a 3.6 GPA. Kris is averaging 28 points and 15 rebounds per contest. Not only does Humphrey make an impact scoring and rebounding the ball, he averages six assists and three steals. He is the complete player.
Humphries comes from an excellent athletic background. His dad was a football player at the University of Minnesota while his mom was a collegiate rower. His sister is currently on scholarship as a swimmer at Texas.
And when one takes a look at Humphries, it's very evident that he has a background in swimming as well, as he is exceptionally agile for his size and has a sleek greyhound type of build. He does not appear to have an ounce of fat on his frame.
This past spring and summer, Humphries made a name for himself playing for the Howard Pulley Panthers' traveling program. He has the size to play inside, yet also displayed some skills on the perimeter. As a result, he likely projects as a combo forward at the Division I level.