Rivals250 defensive back Dravon Henry rarely talks to the media about his recruitment. After the WPIAL AA championship, the Aliquippa (Pa.) star talked about his top five of Pittsburgh, West Virginia, Maryland, Miami and Louisville.
While Henry says no school is in the lead right now, he has set up official visits to Pittsburgh on January 17 and West Virginia on January 31. Henry broke down where he stands with each school right now.
Pittsburgh - "Things are going the same with them," said the 5-foot-11, 190-pound Henry. "I'll probably be up there on Friday when they play Miami."
West Virginia- "I talked to Coach Gibson before the game tonight," he said. "He and I have a good relationship. I like the atmosphere up there."
Maryland - "Coach Greg and I talk a lot," Henry said. "He came to our school once and he said he was going to come back on December 2. I'm going to take my official visit and see how things go. I've got nothing but time now so I'll figure that out soon."
Miami - "That's a big school. It seems like they have a little Aliquippa in them," he said. "When I watch them play I think they look like Aliquippa."
Louisville - "I wasn't keeping in touch with them as much I was with the other schools," said Henry. "When Ohio State took Malik Hooker, Louisville was the next school up."
Aliquippa was undefeated heading into the WPIAL AA title game but lost to McDonald (Pa.) South Fayette by a score of 34-28 after two late interceptions.