Ultra-talented Blair Academy and NJ Sparks rising sophomore combo guard Kenndey Henry did not waste much time to decide her college future, as the rising sophomore verbally committed to the Virgina Tech Hokies, today she announced via Twitter.
In addition to Virgina Tech, the 6-foot long and lean point guard/shooting guard had offers from Arizona State, Florida State, St. Joe’s (Pa.), Miami, Harvard, Princeton, Columbia, West Virgina, Virgina Tech, Boston College and UPenn.
In my opinion, if Kennedey had waited down the line to commit, the offers would have surely piled up for her like cold cuts on Jersey Mike’s hero. She is just that gifted and special of a player.
The ever-improving Henry drained 275 points in 20 contests played this past high school season, good for a 13.75 points per game average.
Vtech posted 23-10 overall record and went 13-5 in Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) action this past season.
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— Jerry Del Priore