Local football player named 17th in the nation

K.J. Henry

Local football player named 17th in the nation
September 01
06:30 2016


Local athlete K.J. Henry has recently been named 17th in the nation by ESPN top 20 list of  high school football overall positions for the class of 2018. Henry, 6’6 225-pound,  junior at West Forsyth High School starts his school year with many highlights. Not only has ESPN listed him, but has listed him at#2 in the nation for his position, Defensive End and #1 in this position in the state of NC. With no decision in sight, right now Henry has well over 25 D1 college football scholarship offers from schools like Ohio State, Clemson, Alabama, UNC, Michigan, Notre Dame and Wisconsin just to name a few. Even though Henry played most of the summer on NBA Chris Paul’s basketball team, he did make time to attend invitational football camps like the NFL Prep Academy in Canton, OH and underclassmen camp in Atlanta, GA. Henry is high in his academics, a Crosby Scholar, volunteers many hours in his community and is a member at Union Baptist Church.

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