Camp Report: Kyle Henry

Desert Oasis HS LB Kyle Henry (Las Vegas, NV) was in Boise last week for the annual football camp at Bronco Stadium and earned an MVP Award based on his solid performance. So, how close is he to an offer? He spoke to BroncoCountry.com about his camp performance and the possibility of earning that Blue & Orange offer.

Desert Oasis HS LB Kyle Henry (Las Vegas, NV) was in Boise last week for the annual football camp at Bronco Stadium and earned an MVP Award based on his solid performance. So, how close is he to an offer?

"It was a four day camp in full pads and we slept in the dorms, ate there, and everything," he said. "There had to be at least a few thousand kids there and teams from different states. They split the individual kids up into renegade teams, taught us techniques during the day, and then we scrimmaged at night."

"I got the MVP Award for LBs at the camp," he stated. "It was a big honor, didn't expect it at all. He called my name and I was just like wow, but I worked hard for it."

"I've been working on my pass coverage and I feel that I did real good in that area," said Henry. "My speed has gotten better in pads. I was able to catch them at the line of scrimmage. The coaches said they really like my speed."

Is Henry close to an offer?

"I guess they have a couple other offers out already, so I didn't get the offer," he said. "But they want me to stay in touch since they got to evaluate me. Coach Huff said they could probably find a spot for me if everything went good."

"Coach Huff wants me to update him whenever I have a good game and send him the film," he said. "He said it's definitely a possibility if I have a good senior year," he added.

The talented LB is still looking for that first offer, but it's bound to come soon with so many schools showing some level of interest.

"No offers yet, but I'm going to a Senior Day at Reno (UNR) on July 29th," he said. "Boise State, Northern Arizona, San Jose State, UNLV, Utah, Reno, San Diego State, and Weber State have all been showing interest."

Henry (6'0, 208) has no other camps on his schedule at this time, so that means he and his teammates will shift their focus toward preparation for the upcoming season.

"It was great to just get out there and compete," he said. "It was a lot of fun to get out there and see all the talent. I knew I could play with anybody out there after we put the pads on. Now I plan on just focusing on my senior year. We have summer workouts five days a week from 5-7, so I'm going to get back to work on my speed and everything."

As a junior, Henry racked up 144 tackles and was named Second Team All-State.

BroncoCountry.com will continue to have updates on Kyle Henry.


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