DT picks Wolverines 

January, 31, 2012
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Michigan has landed its second Cleveland Glenville prospect in as many years with the commitment of defensive tackle Willie Henry on Tuesday. The previous class saw defensive end Frank Clark, a former Glenville Tarblooder, join the Wolverines.

Henry was only offered by Brady Hoke and his staff in the past few days and made a trip up to Ann Arbor since there isn’t much time left until signing day.

Henry saw what he needed to see and chose the Wolverines over Pitt, Illinois, Louisville and others.

At 6-foot-3, 265 pounds, Henry is the second defensive tackle prospect added to the class to go along with Ondre Pipkins (Kansas City, Mo./Park Hill). Henry adds to the already stellar defensive line class Michigan has put together, and adds depth for the Wolverines going forward.
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