The Dorman duo made it official Wednesday when both signed their letters of intent to play football at Clemson.
“Going to Clemson has always been a dream of mine and adding Charone with that is just a huge deal to me,” said Humphries told the Spartanburg Herald. "It’s really surreal how this is happening and it just kind of ended up this way. When I first got offered, it just hit me that me and Charone could be playing together for four or five more years.”
“For some reason Adam always covered Charone in practice,” Dorman head coach David Gutshall said. “It obviously made Adam better and made Charone work real hard. It was personal between the two. They are the best of friends, but when they went at it they were so determined and that made them both better.”