One offer is the count for Leesville, La., athlete Bernardo Henry but that doesn't mean that he isn't looking for more. However, from hurricanes to injuries, the 5-foot-10, 175-pound three-star prospect has had to overcome a lot in the past months.
Hurricane Rita came right towards Henry's hometown and left minimal damage, but also kept the players from playing several games. His team has also put together a 1-6 record and the No. 21 rated player in the state expected more. If that wasn't enough, injuries have slowed his performance.
"I started off playing quarterback," Henry said. "Then the second game, I had an ankle sprain. Then I had a concussion, so now I'm just getting back and trying to get back into the swing of things."
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As for recruiting, Henry feels that the hurricane damage left several things like school in disarray. Now, he is finally starting to hear some colleges get back on board again after the confusion.
"Arkansas, Ole Miss, and Louisiana-Monroe have been staying in the most contact with me," Henry said. "I'm going to send out tapes to those and some others to see what my options will be after that. I want to definitely visit Ole Miss and Arkansas. I've been to ULM for their game against Arkansas State.
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