Wesley Chapel's Davon Henry collects first football offer



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Tue. March 15, 2011 | Bryan Burns

Wesley Chapel class of 2012 prospect Davon Henry has received his first scholarship offer according to Wildcats head coach Ben Alford.

Bryant University, a FCS school located in Smithfield, Rhode Island, officially extended an offer to the 5-foot-9, 165 pound athlete.

Henry, who played running back, wide receiver and cornerback for the Wildcats last season, gained 481 yards on the ground on 118 carries with four touchdowns in 2010. As a receiver, Henry caught 15 passes for 230 yards and one touchdown.

Henry had one interception on defense as a junior.

Bryant University plays in the Northeast Conference.

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