Zach Hennis, the #95 prospect, in the Midwest according to Scout.com, will sign with Kentucky in February.
"I committed to Kentucky," said Hennis. "I just feel at home there, more than anywhere else." Hennis, according to his high school coach, has a very bright future.
"Zach started for us at 340-pounds as a fresman," Jonathan Alder head coach Barry Blackstone said.
"He has always been big, Zach was pudgy as a freshman but now he's a lean 310 pounds and he's a man.
"What the college coaches love the most about Zach is his reach and strength. At the high school level, he just clears a path.
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