Morgantown, West Virginia – Former West Virginia Mountaineers great Adam “Pacman” Jones is in Morgantown, visiting the football facilities with his adopted son, Chris Henry, Jr.
Henry, Jr., is the son of the late Chris Henry, who was a star wide receiver for the Mountaineers from 2002-2004, and he recently received a scholarship offer from West Virginia as well.
Pacman filmed a short video for the West Virginia Football social media accounts, expressing how appreciative he is of his time in Morgantown.
“I appreciate all of the love and support. It’s been nothing but class and great treatment from Mountaineer Nation since 2002. I’m so proud to be a Mountaineer. It means so much to me to rep the blue and gold. I’ve met a lot of great people here that I still consider friends. I’ve always felt blessed and honored to play in one of the best stadiums in the world. So thank you, West Virginia. It was an amazing experience and thank you.”
Check out the full clip below:
"I'm so proud to be a Mountaineer."
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— West Virginia Football (@WVUfootball) April 21, 2022