Scout100 TE trims list

Hunter Henry has offers from schools coast to coast, but the four-star tight end out of Arkansas has narrowed his list down. Find out who still has a chance and more here.

"There are only six schools left that I am really considering now," Hunter Henry told Scout. "Alabama, Georgia, Arkansas, Vanderbilt, Stanford, and Oklahoma are the six. You can call them finalists or favorites, but those are the six I am still considering."

Henry has tripped to all but one of those schools and he plans to visit them soon.

"I will be visiting Stanford next week. I have visited the other schools on the list, but I think I will be going back to Georgia, Alabama, and Arkansas again this summer. I just want to get one more look at those schools."

Many felt like the Razorbacks have been leading the way for Henry, but Henry has always kept his options open. He still likes Arkansas, but he has some questions about them.

"Arkansas has a new coach (John L. Smith) and I do not know much about him and I do think he would be my coach if I went there. Not knowing the coach in the future makes it hard to get a good feel there now.

"I just want to get back there and look at them a little more now. I am not really sure what to do though because of the coaching situation. They are a good school, I still like them, but it makes things a little harder."

All schools other than Arkansas have sent a coach to Pulaski Academy to check on the Scout100 prospect already and Henry expects a UA coach there this week.

After Henry visits Stanford and a number of his finalists again, a decision could be coming.

"I have been thinking about when I want to commit and I have been praying about it too," said the elite tight end. "I could be committing to someone this summer, God will let me know when the time is right. He will help me figure all of this out."

Chad Simmons is currently a National Recruiting Analyst for FOX Sports/Scout. He started with Scout in 2003 and then moved on to another Recruiting Service from 2004-2008 before returning to Scout the first of 2009 to become South Recruiting Manager.
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