Stanford nabs four-star big man

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During the spring, Michael Humphrey was coming on strong. By the end of the summer, he was a bonafide four-star prospect and top 100 player. Now, he's off the board.
Wednesday night, the 6-foot-10 power forward from Phoenix (Ariz.) Sunnyslope confirmed to that he has committed to play for Johnny Dawkins at Stanford.
"I would say it was a great process to go through," Humphrey told "Stanford is the place that will give me the best opportunities."
Perhaps more noted for being a tall quarterback this time a year ago, Humphrey is a prospect who has come on quite strong while rising to No. 74 in the 2014 Rivals150.
The slender big man is fleet of foot, very bouncy around the rim and can really stretch defenses with his shooting. While he lacks strength, he doesn't lack for toughness and his frame is starting to bulk up through natural maturation and he will easily be able to add muscle in a college weight room without sacrificing any athleticism or stiffening up.
A member of the Arizona Magic summer program, made good on coach Kenny Mullins and Geno Crump's prediction that he would develop into a high major basketball player.
Humphrey is the second member of the Cardinal's 2014 recruiting class and joins fellow four-star Robert Cartwright as West Coasters headed to Palo Alto to play their college hoops.