Scout.com Big East Analyst Bob Lichtenfels ranks Hynoski the 14th best player in the state of Pennsylvania. He is ranked a three-star recruit. Henry rushed for 2,180 yards and scored 34 touchdowns as a junior. He caught 6 passes for 136 yards and scored 1 touchdown.
Hynoski has been compared to Tampa Bay Buccaneers standout Mike Alstott. Coach Wannstedt envisions him as a hybrid between a running back and fullback.
In a recent interview with Scout.com, Henry stated ""Pittsburgh is four hours away, so I've been there half a dozen times since my freshman year—and the more I go to a school, the more comfortable I get there. I've seen all the facilities, spent time with the great staff, met most of the players and so I do feel most comfortable at Pittsburg. They have a professional size stadium in one of the best sports towns of America. If you are on the college football team, you are treated like a God in Pittsburgh."
The PantherDigest.com will speaking with Hynoski about his decision later today.
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