The Baylor Bears have added another potential playmaker to the fold on Tuesday with the commitment of League City (Texas) Clear Falls athlete John Humphrey, who announced his commitment via Twitter:

The official declaration came just minutes after Humphrey spoke with head coach Art Briles:

Humphrey last visited Baylor in late March and had a top three ($) of Baylor, Ole Miss, and Oklahoma back in early March after a Junior Day with the Sooners.

The 5'11, 162-pounder also held offers from Arkansas, Boston College, Cal, Colorado, Kansas State, Louisville, Notre Dame, Oregon State, SMU, TCU, Texas Tech, and Utah.

A consensus three-star prospect, Humphrey is rated as the No. 84 athlete in the country and the No. 71 player in the state of Texas in the 247Sports Composite rankings. 247Sports has him as a near four-star prospect with a grade of 89 and slots him as the No. 32 athlete nationally.

For a school with a proven track record of developing wide receivers and turning speedy high school prospects into even faster college players, Humphrey could have four-star value with a reported 40 time as low as 4.25. At the recent Houston NFTC, the Clear Falls product ran a 4.50 in wet and rainy conditions that did not make for the fastest track.