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Junior OL Henigin favors Penn State

At 6-foot-7 and 335-pounds Sean Henigin looks more like a college offensive tackle that has spent a few years in the weight room than a high school junior, which is just now what he is.
Henigin will clearly have the size colleges are looking for in a tackle prospect. His struggle might be to keep his weight down to a manageable level, but for right now he's an intriguing prospect because of that size.
This summer Henigin attended the Penn State camp and he came away singing the school's praises.
"That's the only camp I went to," Henigin recalled. "I feel like I performed well. I showed great hustle and great work ethic.
"They [the coaches] told me to keep working hard and they'd like to see me back next year. They said maybe in the future I'll be wearing a Penn State helmet.
"As of right now that's where I want to go. I like the school, their history and their tradition. It's just number one for me."
Though the Nittany Lions are clearly at the top of Henigin's list and will probably be where he ends up if they extend an offer down the road, other schools are showing interest as well.
His coach at Bridgeton, New Jersey has received letters of inquiry from Rutgers, West Virginia, and primarily local schools.
Bridgeton's first game is September 10.