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Posted On: 08/17/18 6:45 PM
Brock Henry is willing to be patient. The athletic 6-foot-4 combo guard from Southridge High School fought through injury in the summer to play his best ball at the end of the summer. Now that he’s no longer traveling, Henry has some time off to reflect on his summer of AAU ball and give an update on his college recruitment status.
“Things went well in July,” Henry said. “I think I ended the AAU season on a good note in Vegas and things are starting to pick up a little as far as recruiting goes. A few more colleges are starting to contact me and show interest.”
Henry noted that Lewis & Clark, Lewis-Clark State, and Clark College have been the ones most in contact since the summer ended. “They’ve been saying that they’re interested and they’d love to have me visit,” Henry said. “I’m not sure if they’re close to offering but fingers crossed.”
With that said, Henry is keeping all of his options open. He’s taking a little bit of time off and then it will be time for his senior season – one in which he feels the Skyhawks will make some noise.
“I’m feeling really good about this upcoming season for us,” Henry said. “I know we lost a lot of key guys but I think we still have the potential to be one of the top teams in Oregon and I think we’ll end up surprising a lot of people.”
Henry currently ranks as the #40 player in the PrepHoops Oregon Class of 2019 Rankings.