Pulaski Academy's Henry pledges to Arkansas

Published 07/19 2012 09:22PM

Updated 07/19 2012 10:45PM

LITTLE ROCK, AR - Pulaski Academy's Hunter Henry, the state's number two high school football prospect, ended his recruitment on Thursday by pledging to Arkansas. The top tight end prospect to come out of the state in years chose the Hogs over the likes of Georgia, Oklahoma, Stanford, Alabama and Vanerbilt. Henry said the chance to suit up for the team his father, Mark, played for in the 80's was too much to pass up.  

The senior to be has said he's wanted to make a decision before the beginning of his senior year.
Last season, Henry helped lead the Bruins to a state title with 64 catches for 1,043 yards and 16 TDs, while averaging 9 yards a carry.

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