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Texas ATH target Lil'Jordan Humphrey makes change to top two

Out go the Golden Bears, in come the Red Raiders.

Lil'Jordan Humphrey (center) on his Texas official visit
Lil'Jordan Humphrey (center) on his Texas official visit
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In the wake of an official visit to see the Texas Longhorns last weekend, Southlake Carroll athlete Lil'Jordan Humphrey now has a new school in his top two -- the Texas Tech Red Raiders, according to Bleacher Report.

The Red Raiders replace the Cal Golden Bears and could receive an official visit from Humphrey just before he makes his decision on January 30. After offering in early December of 2014, Texas Tech has been in the mix for a while with the 6'5, 199-pounder, but his 247Sports profile doesn't show any visits to Lubbock.

In addition to the official visit to Austin last weekend, Humphrey has taken multiple trips to Texas, including two unofficial visits between the beginning of August and the middle of September.

Put it all together and the Longhorns seem like even more of an overwhelming favorite to land the versatile athlete in less than two weeks when he makes his decision. At the moment, Humphrey holds all six predictions in the 247Sports Crystal Ball:

A consensus three-star prospect, Humphrey is the No. 389 player overall, the No. 21 athlete, and the No. 58 player in Texas, according to the 247Sports Composite rankings. He holds 15 offers.

A running back in high school, Humphrey is expected to make the transition to wide receiver or H-back in college, depending on how much weight he can gain. During his senior season, he carried the ball 184 times for 1,292 yards and 14 touchdowns, while adding 57 catches for 876 yards and eight touchdowns.