The decision of Jeremy Pruitt to leave the Florida State Seminoles to become the Georgia Bulldog’s defensive coordinator on Tuesday will send some ripples throughout the recruiting trail, but so far it hasn’t impacted the decision-making process for five-star target Marlon Humphrey.
Humphrey (Birmingham, Al. Hoover) is down to four schools with UCLA Bruins and Mississippi State Bulldogs chasing either Seminoles and the Alabama Crimson Tide, where his father Bobby was an All-American.
Despite his primary recruiter no longer with the school, Humphrey still plants to take an official visit to Florida State this weekend. He will then visit Alabama on the weekend of the 24th and his final official visit will be to UCLA. He previously visited Mississippi State on Sept. 19.
Humphrey will make his announcement on national signing day on Feb. 5 at his high school.
The 6-1, 175-pound Humphrey is the No. 1 cornerback in the nation and No. 6 player overall according to 247Sports composite rankings. He also doubles as one of the nation’s elite track starts as he excels in the hurdles.