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Rebels add one of Arkansas' best
Posted Jun 3, 2006
Paul Henry (OL, Ft. Smith, AR) - The Northside product ended his recruitment today after attending the Ole Miss senior camp.
"I went ahead and committed. They have been first on my list for a while now. After seeing their facilities and meeting all of their coaches, I was comfortable with my decision," added
What other schools were involved in Henry's recruitment?
"I had scholarship offers from Arkansas, Mississippi State, Kansas State, and Arkansas State. Tennessee and some other schools were calling, but I did not get a formal offer or anything from them."
Will Paul take anymore visits?
"No, I think I am done. I have seen just about every school I was interested in. Ole Miss is just the best place for me."
What makes the 6' 7", 265 offensive tackle prospect so good?
"Paul worked very hard to get to where he is now. He did a great job in the weight room. To be his size, and to have the agility he has, it is really jaw dropping. I know he easily ran the best 40 time at the Ole Miss senior camp for all of the linemen. He ran in the 4.9's. Henry is just very talented and is a great prospect. Paul has probably improved more in the time I have had him than any player I have ever coached. He will be a special player on the next level," added N' Side's head coach, Stan Henry.
Henry carries a 3.0 GPA / 19 ACT.
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