Jaleel Fields visited West Virginia this past weekend. His Aliquippa team has one more regular…
What's Next For Henry?
Four-star cornerback prospect Dravon Henry was one of a trio of prospects from Aliquippa (Pa.) High to visit West Virginia unofficially over the weekend, and during it he was made to feel like a priority in the 2014 class. Henry was joined by teammates Jaleel Fields and Jyier Turner for the game against Texas Tech. "Talking to all three, they said it was pretty amazing," said Henry's father, Roland, who also made the trip. "They said it really shocked them. This crowd was really, really into it. From what (Dravon) said, he had a great time." The West Virginia staff made sure to convey the message to Henry that he was a huge piece to the recruiting puzzle. The staff met with Henry before and after the game, and some of it centered around his future position. "They were talking to him, and in one breath it might be cornerback, and in another breath it might be safety," Roland Henry said. "It seems like their need is more for corners. "First, we met with (coach Dana) Holgorsen. Next we met with (assistant coach Tony) Gibson. After Gibson, Fields met with (defensive line coach Erik) Slaughter, Jyier met with the special teams coach (Joe DeForest) and then they all met with (defensive coordinator Keith) Patterson." So, what's next for Henry and making visits? "I have no clue," Roland Henry said with a laugh. Dravon Henry continues to focus on four schools – Pittsburgh, Ohio State, West Virginia and Alabama – and the Crimson Tide are an intriguing possibility. "He said he likes the Alabama offer," Roland Henry said. "Alabama is looking at him at corner. They told him the guy (Jabrill Peppers) they were looking at from New Jersey (is off the board), and he was next on the list. He said it was based on (talent) and also based on pedigree. I guess he was talking about (relative) Darrell Reivis."
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