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Breaking the mold

Henry has dad’s size, unexpected dexterity

Posted: August 26, 2012 at 4:50 a.m.

Pulaski Academy tight end Hunter Henry (82) is ranked the No. 52 recruiting prospect in the country by one rating service and is the same size as his father, Mark, an all-Southwest Conference offensive lineman at Arkansas in 1991. Earlier this year, Henry ended the recruiting process when he committed to the Razorbacks.

Pulaski Academy tight end Hunter Henry (82) is ranked the No. 52 recruiting prospect in the country by one rating service and is the same size as his father, Mark, an all-Southwest Conference offensive lineman at Arkansas in 1991. Earlier this year, Henry ended the recruiting process when he committed to the Razorbacks.

Little Rock pastor Mark Henry said he has an idea where his son will be in 10 years.

Pulaski Academy - Fayetteville scrimmage

Kevin Kelley and Hunter Henry discuss Pulaski Academy's scrimmage with Fayetteville. (By David Harten)
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Sports, Pages 21 on 08/26/2012

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