After being a standout last year as a freshman at East Kentwood High School (MI), Christian Humphrey-Rembert knew he was ready for a bigger stage. This summer he made the decision to transfer to prep powerhouse La Lumiere. The same program that has recently produced multiple NBA first round picks including Jaren Jackson, Jordan Poole, and Isaiah Stewart. 

“I felt like as a freshman playing varsity at the biggest school in Michigan in one of the biggest conferences in Michigan being able to lead a team and consistently impact both sides of the floor every night was enough. I knew I needed to play against the highest level of competition and transferring would give me that,” Humphrey-Rembert said about the move to La Lumiere. 

This years La Lumiere team is one of the best in the nation sitting at 12-3 against a premier schedule. There is talent up and down the veteran roster including Michigan State commit Jeremy Fears, Notre Dame commit JJ Starling, Harvard commit Chisom Okpara, Kansas State commit Taj Manning, highly touted junior Aden Holloway, among others. Even as the only underclassmen on the roster as a sophomore the 6’8” forward is showing this season that he more than belongs. 

At 6’8” the sophomore already has plenty of tools for the next level. In addition to his size, he has good length and athleticism. With all of that he has the ability to defend nearly anyone on the floor. He shoots the ball well from the perimeter in addition to having a good mid-range game. However, one thing he would like to improve upon is playing with the ball in his hands. 

Plenty of programs have started to notice the talent of Humphrey-Rembert. Butler, Cincinnati, Michigan, Michigan State, Missouri, and Xavier are just some of the schools recruiting him in addition to a few from the Ivy League. 

This spring college coaches will be able to see Humphrey-Rembert with The Family program.