Tenpenny, Henry look to repeat success 

July, 6, 2012
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The nation’s elite high school football prospects have arrived in Oregon for The Opening, but for a select few, it’s a return trip to the premier camp in America.

[+] EnlargeDerrick Henry
Radi Nabulsi/ESPN.comDerrick Henry of Yulee (Fla.) High School, shown here in a file photo, is the nation's new high school rushing leader with 11,612 career yards.
University of Alabama running back commitment Altee Tenpenny and fellow Crimson Tide targets Derrick Henry and Laremy Tunsil were the only three underclassmen to compete at last year’s camp. The trio is back this year with something to prove.

“It was a great experience,” Tenpenny said. “Going into this year, I feel like last year’s experience will help me out there. I know how everything is going to go.”
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