By Otis Kirk
Pulaski Academy tight end Hudson Henry has been named to the MaxPreps All-American team released on Wednesday.
Henry, 6-5, 235, was one of 64 players honored by MaxPreps. He was named first-team All-American which is the same honor he received recently from USA Today.
Henry, who will sign with Arkansas on Feb. 6, had an outstanding senior season. He caught 94 passes for 1,309 yards and 14 touchdowns while helping lead the Bruins to the Class 5A state runner-up spot.
He committed to Arkansas on Oct. 11 over Stanford. He received approximately 22 offers and is a four-star recruit with all the major recruiting services.
Henry is the younger brother of Hunter and Hayden Henry. Hunter was a tight end at Arkansas who won the Mackey Award as the nation’s top tight end in 2015. He is now with the Los Angeles Chargers. Hayden will be a junior linebacker at Arkansas next season. Their father, Mark, also played for the Razorbacks.