Henry staying the course

The recruitment of one of the best juniors in Pennsylvania is moving along at a good pace. Almost ten schools have already offered Dravon Henry, among them are Ohio State, Maryland, Pittsburgh and West Virginia.
"Everything's been going well," said the 6-foot, 185-pound Henry. "I just picked up new offers from Illinois and Penn State. This month I would say I've been hearing the most from Pitt the most. Illinois coach came by a little while ago. I would say them two this month.
"Ohio State is still in my mind but all of the schools are really good," he said. "I haven't narrowed them down yet once football season comes around I'll start narrowing my list down."

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The hometown Panthers also seem to be making an early impression on the Aliquippa (Pa.) safety.
"Actually, I did speak to Coach House from Pitt around Christmas," said Henry. "That was the most recent phone call. I saw Tyler Boyd's commitment there and Robert Foster going to Alabama was a shocker."
Henry has started thinking about his offseason plans.
"I'll probably go to a few camps this offseason," he said. "I'll probably also go to Pitt's Junior Day. I'll probably do a few other team camps, maybe Ohio State and West Virginia's camps too."
Last season Aliquippa won the WPIAL Class AA title and lost the in PIAA Championship by three points.