Chris Henry Jr. Makes College Decision

MORGANTOWN, West Virginia — The son of the late, great Chris Henry, a star wide receiver at West Virginia University, and the adopted son of Adam “Pacman” Jones, a star cornerback for the Mountaineers, has made his decision on where he will attend school after graduating from high school.

Chris Henry, Jr., a 6’5 wide receiver from Cincinnati, Ohio, has chosen to play for the Ohio State Buckeyes. Henry, a 2026 recruit, has offers from virtually every major program in the nation, but decided to commit to Ohio State after attending a SummerFest in Columbus today.

Henry has visited Morgantown on multiple occasions with his adopted father, Pacman Jones, and the Mountaineers really hoped he would follow in his father’s footsteps and attend WVU; however, Henry has made the decision to play for the Buckeyes in the Big Ten Conference.

His father, Chris Henry, played for the Mountaineers from 2002-2004, and he was drafted to play in the NFL in the 2005 NFL Draft by the Cincinnati Bengals. Henry tragically died in 2009 after falling out of a moving truck.