His father already knows a bit about UCLA coach Jim Mora.
"He looks at every school that offers and he checks them out," said Roland Henry, Dravon's father. "I have a family member that actually worked with coach Mora in Seattle, so I already knew his background. It's more so the defensive coordinator that I have to do research on."
However, offers have continued to pour in for the 5-foot-11, 180-pound Henry, so he eased off a top four and is considering a large numbers of schools.
One is UCLA, and while Henry's focus has been on local schools, leaving the region is a possibility.
"Right now it's too early to tell," Roland Henry said. "Honestly, his focus right now is track season. As far as making visits and stuff, it's a distraction. They're close to winning a state championship."
Another school with a family connection is Arkansas.
"My cousin (Kelvin Fisher Jr.) plays defensive back down there," Roland Henry said. "He definitely likes it, and SEC is definitely big ball, so it's something you always have to consider."
There are also a number of other schools Henry speaks with regularly.
"Schools he's been keeping up with?" Roland Henry said. "Florida State has been one. As of late, Virginia Tech as well. Louisville …he has a strong liking for coach (Charlie) Strong. Penn State is really high on him. Ohio State as well.
"We're going to Ohio State on Sunday and we have a little visit set up with the football coaches. Dravon has a dinner to attend, so he can't make it, but my daughter runs track and she'll be there, so we'll stop by.
"West Virginia is in there also. He talks to (assistant) coach (Tony) Gibson."
Many recruiting classes are filling up in the secondary, but it is yet to impact Henry.
"They're letting recruiting take its course," Roland Henry said. "There haven't been any schools that have put pressure on him."
It's a good thing, too, because the younger Henry does not plan to decide any time soon. The family will sit down before the season and outline an official visit schedule.
"As far as decision goes, he's not making it until after football season," Roland Henry said. "Hopefully, they still have room. If not, we have to keep moving. He's not taking any visits this summer. He'll just be training."