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Chaney big hit with Pulaski Academy tight end

Posted: December 14, 2012 at 2:21 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.

Arkansas’ hiring of former Tennessee offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Jim Chaney was met with a big thumbs-up from Pulaski Academy tight end Hunter Henry.

Hunter Henry highlights

Highlights of 2013 Pulaski Academy tight end Hunter Henry, who is expected to announce his college decision on Thursday. (By Courtesy of Mark Henry)
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Sports, Pages 22 on 12/14/2012

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