Florida QB Henry plans to camp at Louisville

Rob Henry is one of the better quarterback prospects in the state of Florida this year and the Ocala (Trinity) standout plans to attend Louisville's camp later this summer. Scout.com recruiting analyst Mike Bakas has the latest on the 6-2, 190-pound Henry's recruitment.

"I went to South Carolina on the 19th," Rob Henry said. "It went real good. I really enjoyed it up there. I had a chance to meet up with some of the players from my school who are there now. South Carolina is definitely one of the schools I'm looking at."

Henry, 6-foot-2 and 190 pounds, is still waiting on his first scholarship offer.

"There was a report that said Illinois had offered me," he said. "That's not true. I definitely don't have an offer from them. I wish I could say I did. I'm talking to them pretty serious right now, though."

In addition to Illinois and South Carolina, Henry is also talking to several other schools who are still evaluating the talented junior.

"I've also been talking to Louisville, Alabama, and Auburn," he said. "All of them said they'll be coming here during spring football to check on me so hopefully things pick up a little more then."

Even if Henry doesn't land an offer during spring football, he plans on getting out this summer to improve his chances of getting the offers he wants.

"I'll be going to Illinois for their quarterback camp," he said. "I'll go up to Louisville's camp for a day. I'll probably go to South Carolina for their camp and maybe even Auburn."

Henry finished his junior season with 1,100 passing yards and 10 touchdowns.

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