K.D. Humphries' productive camps

K.D. Humphries' productive camps

K.D Humphries, quarterback from Montgomery-Lanier, Ala., won the MVP award for his position at a camp in June. He will enter his junior season this fall and has a chance to become one of the South's top recruits. Humphries has one scholarship offer, but should have plenty to choose from in the coming months.


"The summer has been going really good," said K.D. Humphries. "I have been going to a lot of camps. I went to the Elite 11 camp in Tuscaloosa. I went to Mississippi State for three days. I went to Troy and the MVP camp at Auburn. I went to UAB yesterday, and I am going to Auburn this upcoming weekend.

"Right now I have an offer from Alabama State. I like all schools though. I would love to have an offer from every school if I can. I would like to get one from Mississippi State. I am interested in any school who is interested in me."

Humphries talked about his interest in the Bulldogs.

"I like Mississippi State because I have been around the campus," he said. "My brother went there for 2004-2008. I like the atmosphere and type of offense they run. I think I could get a lot done and be successful."

The 6-foot-2, 194-pound prospect spent Saturday camping in Birmingham at UAB.

"I loved the quarterbacks coach [Tyson Helton]," Humphries said. "He was pretty cool and laid back. He taught me some things about being in the shotgun. He said to make sure I keep my feet set under me and keep my balance. He told me to try to come back [to UAB] and look forward to seeing me the next couple of years."

Humphries passed for more than 1,800 yards and 12 touchdowns during the 2009 season.

"My biggest strength is passing," he said. "I love to throw. My biggest thing is my accuracy. I think I do a great job reading the defense. I feel comfortable as a pocket passer. I can throw on roll out, but feel like I excel in the pocket. I want to work on my speed and strength. I hit the weight room hard every day of the week. I always try to get better."

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