Zach Hennis is a big offensive (6-8/310) line prospect from the state of Ohio that has made his decision.
"I committed to Kentucky," said Hennis. "I committed to them on Tuesday
night. I just feel at home there, more than anywhere else."
Hennis is the second commitment from Jonathan Alder High School Ben Bates has
already picked the Cats.
"He decided first, then I started thinking more seriously about it, but I
didn't make the decision based on what he did. I picked Kentucky because that's
where I felt the most comfortable."
When is Hennis taking his visit to Kentucky?
"I'm either going on December 3rd of the 10th; probably the 10th. That's
probably the only visit I'm going to take."
Hennis' Alder team is in the Ohio State Quarter-Finals (Regional Finals) this
week, and he has helped lead them to an 11-1 record thus far.
Chris Pool, the Scout.com Midwest Recruiting Analyst Says of Hennis…
he's a big kid that got better through the year and played his way into some
very good offers. I put him into the Midwest Hot 100 this month because of how
well he has developed and his excellent size.
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