Dawgs hope Hunter Henry boosts tradition 

April, 16, 2012
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Later this month, the Georgia Bulldogs will likely see at least one of their tight ends selected in the 2012 NFL draft, continuing what has become a solid tradition in Athens for the position. With junior Arthur Lynch as the only returning tight end (two catches, 17 yards) with game experience at the position, the Bulldogs are hoping to add another elite prospect in the 2013 recruiting class to keep the pipeline going.

One of those targets was on campus Saturday was Hunter Henry (Little Rock, Ark./Pulaski Academy), and the former Georgia resident saw a lot that caught his eye while taking in the G-Day spring scrimmage, among other things.

“The Georgia coaching staff, talking to Coach [Mark] Richt, their philosophy, how they plan to use me and the different things I have seen from them in the past at tight end really stood out,” Henry said. “Athens is a great place to be, it was a great visit and it was definitely impressive.”
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