Clemson in top group for nation's No. 1 TE
|Friday, May 25, 2018, 6:08 PM- -|
Clemson made the cut for the nation's top-rated tight end Friday evening.
Little Rock, Arkansas TE Hudson Henry has Clemson in a group with the home-state Arkansas Razorbacks, as well as Wisconsin, Penn State and Stanford.
Henry added the Clemson offer in February and visited campus in April, also swinging by Stanford, Ole Miss, Alabama and Penn State this spring.
He is an Arkansas legacy with his dad and two brothers playing for the in-state schools. His brother, Hunter, was drafted as a tight end by the Los Angeles Chargers in the 2016 draft.
Henry posted 72 catches for 984 yards and 10 touchdowns as a junior in a 14-0 Pulaski Academy run. He is committed for the 2019 Under-Armour All-American game.
??Top 5!??Check it out! pic.twitter.com/OHmgEYCLbV— Hudson Henry (@hudsonhenry84) May 25, 2018