The day after winning the WPIAL Class AA Championship at Heinz Field, Aliquippa (Pa.) safety Dravon Henry went to Ohio State to see the annual rivalry game against Michigan. The four-star junior has offers from Ohio State, Maryland, Pittsburgh, Rutgers, West Virginia, Kent State and Toledo. Henry was blown away by his experience in Columbus.
"It was really nice up there. First off, I didn't know it was going to be that many people in their stadium and it was that big. It was so loud and crazy in there and the uniforms were nice too."
The Rivals250 member had a chance to speak with a few coaches before the game.
"I talked to Coach Fickell briefly and another recruiting guy. They just asked me about how I as doing and about watching the game and to keep in touch with them."
What was Henry's overall impression with Ohio State?
"I saw the campus but it is so big I didn't really get to take it all in. I got a quick look at it though. It was a really good visit, great actually. I'm definitely going to keep them in mind.
Where will Henry visit next?
"My next visit will probably be after I take my SATs on December 1st."
Henry, who also plays running back for the Quips, had over 150 yards rushing in the Class AA finals.